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Recommended Read: Superwomen – 20 Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs From India

Do you want to become an entrepreneur? Well, A successful one, of course! Well, there’s a whole lot that goes into setting up a business and when the entrepreneurship bug bites, it isn’t always all hunky dory.P_20160608_132525

Writer and entrepreneur Prachi Garg has interviewed 20 inspiring ladies from India and their success stories in her book ‘Super Women’.

From e-commerce business, to art and craft, from libraries for kids to setting up services for emotional support, ‘Super Women’ book talks about innovative business ideas that we may or may not have heard before, but it’s about how these women are doing it and kicking a** at it with their dedication and passion!

From Medhavi Gandhi who promotes local artist and fast dying tradition of crafts through Happy Hands to Ria Sharma who works with acid attack survivors and always wanted to work on issues related to women empowerment. This book covers all sort of ventures.

Massom Minawals, founder of Style-Fiesta believes when people have to say something about your company, you’ve got to stick your head out and hear it.

Swati Maheshwari and Sunita Jaju, environment enthusiasts and founders of Rustic Art know that it is extremely essential to believe in your product before you can sell it.

Born artist and most wanted illustrator Alicia Souza enjoys working in her pyjamas and being her own boss.P_20160608_132706

“The most difficult person to impress is you, and once you have managed to accomplish that, nothing can put you down!” says, Charnita Arora ,founder of Perfect Life Spot.

Super women book gives you motivation, inspiration and food for thought if you are in the making of a business. And if you are already an entrepreneur you’ll relate with the ladies at least once on what they experienced. So we say give it read and add this book to your reading list soon!

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Written by Smita Diwan

Smita Diwan is a Media & Communication evangelist with 15+ years of steady growth. She has served across diverse verticals of Broadcast Journalism, Corporate Communications, Digital Media and Public Relations. A fitness enthusiast, Smita devotes her ‘rare’ free-time to yoga and meditation. As she strongly believes that the right balance is the key to steady growth.

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