5 Female Entrepreneurs Share Their Inspiring Success Stories
Bangalore: Innovation and technology go hand in hand and most of the startups today are clinging to super hot technologies to out beat existing major players in the industry. India has been in the helm of fame for the amazing enterprise solutions it has produced; investors and other startup enthusiasts from all around have predicted India to be one of the largest startup hubs in the world.
Women in India are now pulling up their socks and marching forward in the race to be the best startup or the entrepreneur by doing a great deal to the society. Interestingly, women today are exploring a lot of other sector than sticking on to an e-commerce venture or a boutique. So, let’s get to know these 5 women entrepreneurs who are knocking down myths, that is, women in India restrict themselves by limiting opportunities.
Nidhi Saxena founded Karmic Lifesciences, a contract research organization in 2008 that specializes in Oncology Cardiovascular, Neurology and Diabetes. It provides clinical data management to pharma companies and also conducts clinical trials. Some of its clients include Novartis International, Bayer AG and Cipla.