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Here's how women entrepreneurs tackled their business amidst pandemic

National Entrepreneur’s Day is an event that takes place on November 16, honoring all the brilliant minds which built an empire. The pandemic was sure a big loop to face but this women entrepreneurs tackled it and became successful.

Here's how women entrepreneurs tackled their business amidst pandemic
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Over the years, women entrepreneurs have emerged and upscaled the business market.

Women entrepreneurship have become an important source of economic growth. Plenty of job opportunities have been created with the upcoming of women entrepreneurs in the Market.

Women entrepreneurs have become a major catalyst for economic growth in cities. As 2020 saw the outburst of the pandemic many businesses suffered due to strict lockdowns, that put many enterprises in jeopardy. Even the second wave hit the markets with more severe loss. Few entrepreneurs even though the market was suffering, tackled the situation and emerged as masters of success with their ability to utilize the resources and benefitting their enterprises.

On the occasion of National Entrepreneurs day let us see how some women entrepreneurs from different sectors tackled their business amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Tanya Swetta, Founder of ID8 Solutions, says "The pandemic has taught me how to pivot and be agile and ready to take on any challenge! It was a tough year in 2020 but we have bounced back and how! As a women, we females do have additional skills of being more adept in multitasking and using our intuition, this has held me in good stead. Above all, when you have a solid team backing you, the sky is not even the limit"

National Entrepreneur’s Day is an event that takes place on November 16, honoring all the brilliant minds which built an empire. The pandemic was sure a big loop to face but this women entrepreneurs tackled it and became successful.

Priya Kumar, the founder of Genius Inside, which is a digital platform of self-transformation, said that she has the grit and drive to create a deeper impact with her work of making people’s lives better.

"Well, the true test of being an entrepreneur is how you handle challenges and setbacks. If you are not a problem solver, you are not an entrepreneur. The pandemic has been a challenge for those who are resistant to change. For me, it took a while to get a grip that the lockdown is here to stay. However, the pandemic allowed me some space to think, study, strategize, plan and execute a new vision into reality, she added.

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