6 Indian Women Entrepreneurs behind Successful Startups

Indian women have time and again, proven their worth in the business space.  Lately, their power is also being reflected in the startup scenario. Women entrepreneurs are coming forward with their innovative ideas for successful startups and are making the most of the rapid growth revenue being generated by the industry.

Here take a look at the five entrepreneurial women from India achieving their dreams and aspirations in a man’s dominated startup world. These women are certainly a source for inspiration.
Richa Kar – Zivame
Online lingerie retailer, Zivame has bagged exponential success since its inception in 2011. The startup was founded Richa Kar with an initial investment of  30 lakh. Richa Kar, who is a very dedicated professional, caters to startups and that is her first priority. Zivame is one of the best online stores in India to shop lingerie from various brands under one roof. 
Yosha Gupta- Lafalafa
LafaLafa is a mobile-first coupons and cashback app founded by Yosha Gupta in January this year. In a short span of 9 months, the startup offers coupons for more than 500 websites like Flipkart, Amazon, Paytm and Snapdeal, and many others. The coupons and cashback aggregator is recently chosen for the 500 startups Accelerator Program. Gupata, 33, said that since childhood she had dreamt of becoming a businesswoman and start something of her own someday. 
Chitra Gurnani Daga – Thrilophilia
There are many individuals who firmly believe in their aspirations and are determined to do things that they want in life. Chitra Gurnani Daga, the co-founder of Thrilophilia is one of those people. She believes that once the risk factor is a sign of great success. A passionate adventurer, Chitra Gurnani Daga, thus founded Thrilliophilia for customized tour packages and experiences. The startup helps in planning holidays by providing a thrilling and amazing experience for travel connoisseurs.
Pallavi Gupta – Mast Kalandar
Pallavi Gupta, a software professional, cofounded Mast Kalandar and quit her full time IT job in 2006. The restaurant soon climbed the ladder of success and now has become one of the renowned places to eat at. Her experience in retail consultancy from the IT Sector helped boosting her startup in a big way.
Minnat Lalpuria Rao – 7vachan
Minnat Lalpuria Rao was offered many attractive job offers after her graduation but she turned all of them down. The reason behind it was her determination to start something on her own. Minnat founded 7vachan, a wedding solutions provider based in Mumbai. The 7vachan team helps realizing The Big Fat Indian Wedding dream and has reportedly closed near to thousand deals.
Radhika Ghai Aggarwal- ShopClues
ShopClues was cofounded by Radhika Ghai Aggarwal which is now one of the leading shopping stores in India. The love for blogging on fashion and related topics inspired her to start her own venture. This venture started in Silicon Valley and now the website has over 8 million visitors per month. 

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