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  • Women Empowerment Through Entrepreneurship
    Women Empowerment through Entrepreneurship Dr. Sunita Arya Shweta Narang Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Shri Vaishnav Institute of Law, Vishisht School of Management, Indore Indore...
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  • Women Entrepreneurship in India
    RNI-RAJBIL 2009/29954;VoL.IV *ISSUE-41 Research Paper - Commerce Women Entrepreneurship in India * Mrs. Savita Kumari June , 2012 * Shahabad (M), Kurukshetra ABSTRACT This paper is confined to the problems for women entrepreneur in India like lack of education, family support, financial problems...
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  • Emerging Entrepreneur Trends
    IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP TEJASHREE YEVALE - MBA TIMSR, MUMBAI Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine key emerging trends in Entrepreneurs in India its reasons for growth and impact towards economy and society as a whole. Design /approach – The paper is primarily theoretical and...
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  • Traits of Successful Women Entrepreneurs.
    society that role of women is restricted in four walls of home or for mainly household activities. Economy of any country can’t boom without contributing women. The growing industrialization, urbanization and social legislation and with the spread of education and awareness women have shifted from kitchen...
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  • Role of Training in Women Entrepreneurship
    Training in Women Entrepreneurship Shikha Arora Email: shikha0211@gmail.com Key words: Training , Analysis, Case Study , Porter’s five forces framework , PESTLE Analysis , Support system , Key Challenges ,Current trends and road ahead. Abstract: This study involves the origin of Women Entrepreneurship...
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  • The Business of Women- a Book Review
    Literature pertaining to entrepreneurial women is very limited. There are numerous books that depict the lives of wage-earning women in Canada; however works on self-employed women are uncommon. The Business of Women- Marriage, Family, and Entrepreneurship in British Columbia, 1901-1951, was written...
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  • Women Enterpreneurship In Bangaldesh
    3. Business Scenario: 4. Support: 5. Obstacles: 6. Conclusion: 7. Reference What is Women’s Empowerment? a)How Women fit into the equation of economic development and business b) Why women’s business manifestation is required...
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  • Women Entrepreneur
    PERSPECTIVE STUDY ON WOMAN ENTREPRENEUR : SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE CHALLENGES FACED Technical Paper November 2011 | Abstract: Women are an emerging economic force that policymakers cannot afford to ignore. There are however a number of constraints to women owned businesses that need to...
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  • Women Entreprenureship
    by Confederation of Women Entrepreneurs (COWE) - a NGO which helps the women to face and tackle various problems and the factors which prevent growth and development of women to start their business .This project also throws light on the role of this organization in promoting women entrepreneurship in...
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  • Present Status of Women Entrepreneurship in India
    IMPACT OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS ON SOCIETY PRESENT STATUS, GROWTH AND IMPACT OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS Abstract Women constitute around half of the total world population. So is in India also. They are therefore, regarded as the better half of the society. In traditional societies they were confined...
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  • women enterpreneur
    INTRODUCTION 2 WOMAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN INDIA 3 NEED AND IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS 4 FACTORS INFLUENCING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS 5 PERSONALITY TRAITS FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS 6 CONCLUSION INTRODUCTION Entrepreneurship is considered as one of the most important factors...
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  • Concept of Entrepreneur
    Concept of Entrepreneur The concept of Entrepreneurship is comparatively new and dynamic. The following eleven qualities/ attributes are considered to be some of the important ones for a successful entrepreneur on the basis of the research and experience is as follows:- a]High level of motivation...
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  • Future Indian Managers
    ENTREPRENEURS: THE PRIME MOVERS OF ECONOMY Ms. R.GOMATHI MBA., M.Phil, Asst.Prof, SURYA Engineering College, Erode E-mail id: mba_rg@surya.ac.in Mr. S.KISHORE, I MBA SURYA Engineering College, Erode E-mail id: kishorenath.s@gmail.com Abstract: Entrepreneurs are people who do things, which are...
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  • Women Enterprenurship
    WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP GURUKUL COLLEGE BANUR TOPIC: WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP Prepared by SHOBHNA GUPTA ,M.Com(U.G.C), M.A.(ECO),PGDCA(Lecturer in MBA Department) TARUNA DUREJA, M.COM,MBA(Lecturer in MBA Department) WOMEN’S ENTREPRENEURSHIP Introduction Women...
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  • Challenges of Women Entrepreneurship.
    Chapter 1 1.1 Introduction:- An entrepreneur is a person who starts a new business venture. Technically, a "women entrepreneur" is any women who organizes and manages any enterprise, esp. a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk. It has assumed super importance for accelerating...
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  • Women Entrepreneur
    Women entrepreneur Women entrepreneur is any women who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business. Qualities a women has to hold to become successful entrepreneur 1. Self Belief The first and probably the most important characteristic possessed by successful women entrepreneurs is...
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  • CHALLENGES OF WOMEN AS AN ENTREPRENEUR
     Title of the Paper: Challenges of Women as an Entrepreneur Author Name: Lakshmi.S.R Professional Affiliations: Assistant Professor , Department of management studies T. John College, Bangalore...
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  • Impact of Micro Finance on Poverty Reduction
    Faculty of Economics and Management (FEM), Department of Applied Statistics (DAS), hereby declare that this dissertation entitled«The impact of women entrepreneurs on economic development of Rwanda a case study of Expo 2010 at Rwanda Private sector federation Gikondo from26th/08 to 8th/9/2010» is my own...
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  • Women Entrepreneur
    CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 MEANING The classic definition of an Entrepreneur is “a person who organizes and manages a business undertaking, assuming the risk for the sake of the profit.” The word 'entrepreneur' is derived from the Old French word 'entreprendre' which was first used by the economic...
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