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In India, entrepreneurship is at an all-time high

  Mohd Zakir | Hindustan Times | Getty Images Prime Minister Narendra Modi (C), Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (R) and Minister of States for Independent Charge Nirmala Sitharaman releasing the Action Plan at the launch of Start-Up India at Vigyan Bhavan on January 16, 2016 India is witnessing a major growth in entrepreneurship — not(…)

Indian startups open a world of opportunities to women

  Sheroes staff met clients face-to-face at the company’s 2016 summit in New Delhi (Courtesy of Sheroes). NEW DELHI — Snehita Mukherjee, 24, left her job in an Indian information technology services company to study interior design. But when she needed to supplement her income, she found a job through a website called as(…)

What keeps top angel investors going?

Do angels really help? Sairee Chahal, founder and chief executive of Sheroes, a career platform for women run by Applied Life Pvt Ltd, says the most important advice Bansal has given her is to stay true to the ‘core focus’, which is women for Sheroes. “He is just there. If we ever get into trouble,(…)

Startups like Sheroes, JobsForHer help women find work after a career break.

  Opportunities provided by such portals have seen a significant increase in applications by job-seekers and postings by recruitersVarsha Bansal Thirty-year-old Ruby Gupta was in search of a work-from-home opportunity when she chanced upon a Facebook post which said recruitment startup Sheroes is the go-to platform for women exploring work options. She decided to give(…)

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