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S Dravida, a bio entrepreneur creating the next benchmark in the stem cell industry with her venture, Transcell

Finding the right cure options S Dravida, a bio entrepreneur creating the next benchmark in the stem cell industry with her venture, Transcell Taking chances stands critical to a beginning in the biotech industry. Creating something new here is all about not accepting the present state of affairs; so the industry demands risk takers, and experimentalist turned entrepreneur, Dr S Dravida fits perfectly into the picture. With time, women entrepreneurs are becoming the lifeline of the lifesciences industry. Traversing the…

Dolly Wadalkar fronts Techizer Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. in bridging the digital gap across the India Pharma Value Chain

Dolly Wadalkar fronts Techizer Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. in bridging the digital gap across the India Pharma Value Chain The committals of Pharma Industry are changing. The industry which was running hard to keep pace with the modification brought about by digital technology and stood at low figures across the digital world is now changing its angles. Pharma leaders too, have observed the disruptive potential and are experimenting with a wide range of digital initiatives for their entities. Technology has revolutionized…

“Leave that ‘I am a woman so…’ excuse at your doorstep as you go out to conquer the world.”- Kalyani Narayanan, Managing Director –…

In a talk with a disruptive Leader “Leave that ‘I am a woman so…’ excuse at your doorstep as you go out to conquer the world.”- Kalyani Narayanan, Managing Director - Pegasus Industries They are fierce, they are smart, and they know how to make the entrance in the market by re-inventing the wheel of the extant industry. Women Entrepreneurs have today mastered the skills to create a balance between dreams and entrepreneurial freedom. Business magazines, conferences and platforms which were once saturated with men are…

Kajal Sinha: finding balance in troubled water

                       Kajal Sinha: finding balance in troubled water It is a daunting task for a woman to survive in the man’s world. The statistics show that female executives are disproportionally represented in higher positions and lagging behind as entrepreneurs, there are various reasons according to the studies; however, after the introduction of neoliberal economic policies, few women were able to challenge the stereotypes. Yesteryears have witnessed a surge in the number of women venturing out their businesses and…

“I consider myself as an intrapreneur as I shoulder the responsibility of the People Practices in Inteliment” – Trupti Pansare, Head-…

Talking with a people’s person “I consider myself as an intrapreneur as I shoulder the responsibility of the People Practices in Inteliment” – Trupti Pansare, Head- Strategic HR at Inteliment In a densely populated, male-dominated field, whether they are refining the traditional performance reviews, improving gender parity and diversity or re-modelling employee engagement, female HR leaders are making history. These highly-skilled and talented women are breaching the glass ceilings once faced in the upper line of the human…

BucketList Dreams: Addressing growing lifestyle care demands with a vision to promote healthy living

BucketList Dreams: Addressing growing lifestyle care demands with a vision to promote healthy living Economic advancement across the world has led to a high rate of lifestyle changes leading to the cultivated a new crop of disease- Lifestyle diseases, often labeled as “diseases of civilization”. With our tamed and sedentary routineand inadequate health systems, we are creating a favorable platform for the growth of these diseases. Health problems have shifted from infectious diseases to chronic diseases like heart attack,

A fine example of dynamic leadership: Black Turtle’s Shradha Kapoor

A fine example of dynamic leadership: Black Turtle’s Shradha Kapoor Shradha Kapoor has never believed in societal boundaries restricting her or holding back her sense of ambition. Whether it was pursuing chartered accountancy back in a time when it was not as easy for women as it is today, or bringing to life her entrepreneurial venture- Black Turtle. Shradha, who had a keen eye for market and industry trends, noticed that there was a market gap in the recruitment industry. Approximately 15 years ago, the rise in…
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