On Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, here are 100 Indian women founders making a difference
India is finally becoming a nation that embraces its entrepreneurs and founders as a force for good. Families take pride in saying their children work at a start-up, or even better, is the founder of a start-up. It’s a change that has taken a long time to come. The caricature of the evil businessman from bad movies of our past has made way for a national sensibility that supports, and has begun to celebrate, the striver, the dreamer and the risktaker.