My message to all young budding entrepreneurs is to do their homework well. The SWOT Analysis must be done in and around their product to not to find the goods but also the bads about their start-ups. Accordingly, the conservative balance can be maintained henceforth before starting up any aggressive business.
- Anish Agarwal (CEO, Sabse Sasta Dukan)
Firstly I would like to say to all the women out there to stop making excuses for themselves. You need to accept that you are privileged, privileged enough to pick up a hobby and turn it up into a business. The moment you become disciplined towards the focus in your life, your family, friends everyone will also start taking you seriously. Maybe with the help of a mentor when finally you get success at the end of the day it's a wonderful feeling to be known as who you are and have your own individuality.
- Rashika Jain (CEO & Founder, Video Factory)
The reason behind the success of our start-up goes to the Co-founder, Mr. Nitesh, Kreative Fingers. He always does a lot of research and continuously keeps on updating his designing skills. It is always in his knowledge also that what's trending in the international market and what's not! Accordingly, he keeps on guiding & helping the designers as well to improvise. Thus our quality and deliveries have always helped us retain our 10 years and 12 years old clients still working with us.
- Pankaj Maloo (Owner, Kreative Group)
Hi to all the wonderful women there! Well, to talk about business as a woman I just want to say a short but effective thing that whenever you work, work for your selves. Do not work to show it off to your husband or your mother-in-law or father-in law brothers , sisters, or to the society work because you want to work. So, that it gives you the satisfaction because at the end of the day the world would any which ways will never be satisfied with whatever hard you may do or put in!!
- Swati Maheshwari (CEO & Founder, Mind Hour)
Women are not only the 8th wonders of the world but I believe we are also one of those species who are the most creative as well. We just need to focus on our work and keep on spreading the sunshine because we do it the best way.
- Radhika Gupta (Business Development Director, Vayu Seva)
Being a woman is really really hard... And being born as a woman in a country like India is even harder!!
Because though we are so privileged and we got to study at least but still even after that your place is in the house. But I'm really really thankful that things are changing for the better.
- Chandni Chandani (Owner, Peaubella)
As one of my mentor from IIM, Bangalore Prof. Handa said, "Shruti, always run your business as your home and not the vice-versa". Because when you start behaving like a boss at home things are not going to work your way.
- Shruthi Reddy (CEO, Anthyesti Funeral Services)