1. Sheela Kochouseph Chittilappilly: V-Guard Sectors Limited


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Being married to Kochouseph Chittilappilly, the founder and CEO of V-Guard Industries Limited, Sheela always had an entrepreneurial bug to start something of her own. With her interest in developing, she began a garment shop in some rarely used building belonging to her husband and also took a loan of 20 Lakh from him. Her first venture became a disaster. So she began providing to other stores instead. It took her four years to see a profit in her company and now she is the Managing Director of V-Star, a 750 million business at this time.

  1. Aditi Gupta: Menstrupedia



Based in the suburbs called Gharwa in Jharkhand, Gupta was raised in a conservative middle-class family. She was faced by a lot of taboos about menstruation and when she became aware of the facts associated with the process, she targeted at doing everything she can to take away the taboos from the community.

  1. Meena Ganesh: Portea Medical


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Meena has been a leader in the start-up ecosystems for nearly 30 years now. She is known as an important source to set up businesses. After finishing her knowledge from IIM-C and then NIIT, she worked well with PricewaterhouseCoopers and then Microsoft. She began her own project Customer Asset. Afterwards, she worked well in TESCO and Tutor Vista to set up functions. Currently, Meena Ganesh is the CEO and MD of Portea Medical, India’s biggest house healthcare company.

  1. Nidhi Agarwal: Kaaryah


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Nidhi Agarwal is the founder of Kaaryah, a product of western, non-casual wear for Indian women, is designed to provide the best possible fit with its 18 sizes. The industry is designed to link the gap between western formals and the Indian figure. An MBA from Kellogg School of Management, and a qualified Chartered Financial advisor by knowledge, Nidhi, made a decision to discovered Kaaryah back truly when she was working as a strategic advisor. On the way to the airport for a client meeting, she poured coffee on herself and fought to replace her shirt with a simple white clothing of a right fit at the mall. That experience triggered her to discovered Kaaryah.

  1. Suchi mukherjee: Co-founder and CEO of LimeRoad


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In the year of 2012, she started an ecommerce site LimeRoad in which users can able to purchase all latest lifestyle accessories. Will all the successful leadership and supreme management skills, the current CEO of the firm Suchi Mukherjee managed to raise the company’s value to $20 million.