Mothers of India, a country that is mocked for being a male dominant country have emerged as a force to get past the notion of being just house makers. That time is gone when women were not allowed to work outside home.
It is an era of female entrepreneurs. Most of them have gained the required experience in a corporate environment and feel the need to establish their small or medium enterprise. They are even the ones who are confident to encourage other women to work too.
Women have entered sectors known to be male dominated and are writing their success stories.
Indeed, it is time to make way for Mompreneurs!
While you might have heard of a lot of big names, making their way to the industry. There is a group on Facebook, that is working their heart out to let women entrepreneurs start the second innings of their professional lives with a proper balance between work and family.
She brought in a change within a community having 51,000+ mothers and married women.
To boost the confidence of the community members from time to time, they conduct a lot of online and offline events on various topics. They even invite industry experts like Sairee Chahal (Founder Sheroes,) Dr. Preeti Seth (Founder Pachouli SPA,) Ms. Sheetal Arora (Founder Women Restart on Work From Home Opportunities for Women,) Ms. Nidhi Lal (Founder Global Women Network,) and Sunita Biddu, etc.
It was last week that the mompreneurs had the privilege to be led by Ms. Neha Bagaria who is the founder of JobsForHer.
In the coming months, they are planning a Job Fair on "Work From Home" opportunities for women across the Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.
Also, they are coming up with a lot of skill development workshops and sessions to bridge the gap between these mothers and the skilled workforce present out there.
The groups are to connect the community members locally.
"Women are efficient, confident and are multi-taskers. She has a strict balance between family commitments and work challenges. Going by the recent trends, the circle that we have created is here to stay. As it is the share of female entrepreneurs in India, it is showing a healthy growth of 71 percent per year. And our step is just to bridge the gap between mothers who think they are better off being housemakers."
The battle is within you, you better start writing your story.
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