female enterprenures

Top 5 Female Entrepreneurs from India

Our very own desi female Entrepreneurs:  These women are setting standards high and donning high heels for us. Let us read them, inspire them and try to be them.

female enterprenures

She is pious and unsoiled by her surroundings and exhibits lively persona. She’s donned with flowery aroma and is graceful. She is strong-head and have great acumen of wealth and business. Sweet-spoken and compassionate and acclaimed for her hospitality. Yes, all these are embodiments of an “Adarsh Bhartiya Naree” Since birth the woman in us starts playing these roles and at times one among us decides to carve her own identity and with sheer determination and hard work reaches the peak of success. Today we will be sharing 5 such successful Narees , female entrepreneurs who have set yardsticks of success by carving their own path. As a Naree there lies the beauty.


Neeru Sharma,  Co-founder, Infibeam.com

An MBA from Carnegie Mellon and Engineering degree in Computer Science she is the co-founder and head of corporate and business development at one of the leading ecommerce portals, Infibeam.com. Prior to this she has worked with Amazon USA in corporate development and media retail. Responsible for conducting market research and financial due diligence for acquisition and investment activities, She plays a significant role in several strategic deals including the Zappos acquisition.

Radhika Ghai  Agarwal, Co-Founder & CMO, ShopClues.com
With over a decade and a half of marketing experience in various industries like retail, ecommerce, fashion & lifestyle, advertising & public relations, Radhika Ghai Agarwal co-founded Shopclues.com. ShopClues was born in Silicon Valley in 2011 and is currently India’s first and largest fully managed marketplace with more than 7 million visitors every month, serving nine thousand cities, towns and villages in India. She has also worked with Nordstrom at its corporate headquarters in strategy planning and with Goldman Sachs in its Wealth Management group in New York and Menlo Park, USA. An MBA from Washington University she also holds a post graduate degree in Advertising and Public Relations.

Richa Kar, Co-founder & CEO,  Zivame
Richa Kar is the co-founder and CEO of online lingerie store, Zivame.com. The first web platform with over two thousand styles to choose from Zivame is the place where women can understand and get to explore their lingerie needs, browse through styles, sizes and get the goods delivered at their doorstep.

The company was incepted in 2011 in Bangalore and has seen a great amount of success since then.

Somrwita Guha, PaperCup
Somrwita Guha a Social Entrepreneur from Kolkata. She owns Papercup. Papercup is a product design company with a wide variety of designs from notebooks to fridge magnets, from fashion accessories to home decor items. Papercup encourages the work of young girls and women from the slums of North calcutta
An alumni of Jadavpur University and XLRI, Jamshedpur, Papercup currently sells across the country through their online store: www.papercuponline.com
With plans to target other cities through physical outlets in the near future PaperCup wants to simultaneously train, employ and empower more young girls from urban and semi-urban slums.
Suchi Mukherjee, Limeroad
Limeroad was started in 2012 by Suchi with Manish Saksena, Ankush Mehra and Prashant Malik. The company raised a funding of $20 Million from Lightspeed venture partners, Matrix partners and Tiger Global.
With a post graduate from London School of Economics and graduation from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, Suchi was selected as 1 of 15 women worldwide ‘Rising Talents, high potential leaders under 40
We only mentioned a few of these amazing women, there’s many more and hopefully in the coming years we will have more and more success stories of Female entrepreneurs to share.
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