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6 Interesting Women-led Startups From India Worth Your Attention

From agri-tech that offers personalized advisory to sustainable luxury brand that boasts of - 'desh ki mitti,' these startups by women entrepreneurs are innovating for a better future.

Here are 6 interesting women-led startups that are destined for greatness -

 

Sharayu Lande, Bharatkrushi Seva

India's first app-based platform offering personalized advisory using data analytics & remote sensing tech to the farmer. Through its different models - Krushi Seva, Krushi Vyapar, and Krushi Forum, a farmer can access the latest technology, sell off his crop at a favorable price and discuss its problems with experts.

Website: http://www.bharatkrushiseva.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharayu-l-99b41992

 

Shefali Beri, Froots

FROOTS - 'FOOD with good ROOTS' provides safe, nutrient-rich, and residue-free food from the network of local producers from and around Mumbai-Pune. They aim to bring freshest greens to its patrons and harvest only when they receive the order.

Website: https://froots.co

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shefali-beri-4a2b3620

 

Rashi Akar, CountryClay

Country Clay is a sustainable wellness brand embracing Indian roots. Rashi incorporates the quintessential 'Desh ki Mitti' for all its handcrafted products like bathing essentials, aromatherapy goods, and ceramics by local artisans for home décor.

At Country Clay, each product is created by conscious decisions based on the true wellness and oneness for our planet and our consumer.

Website: https://countryclay.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharayu-l-99b41992

 

Chitralee Sarma, WhatIsMyGoal

A space dedicated to children aged between 9-15, WhatIsMyGoal is an initiative to expose the children to all possible career options in an interactive manner. In this 2-year program, a child can explore and experience 30 career categories through interactions with professionals, role-playing, and learning resources.

Website: https://www.whatismygoal.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chitralee-sarma

 

Amrita Tewari, Niryati

A B2B CrossBorder eCommerce marketplace, Niryati enables international buyers to source or custom-manufacture goods from India. Niryati houses 100% Made In India products across eight categories: clothing, décor, jewellery, bags, art, etc.

Website: https://www.niryati.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amrita-tewari

 

Richa Mamgain Pant, Sportyze

Sportyze is India's 1st and fastest-growing gym chain dedicated to only kids. It is designed to introduce fitness into a children's regime in a fun and engaging way. Currently, they have 2 setups – Noida, New Delhi, and Indirapuram, Ghaziabad.

Website: https://sportyze.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richapant22

 

As more and more startups crop up in India, it is important to take notice of those that are helmed by women. Not only do these businesses have the potential to change the landscape of Indian industry, but they also provide great examples of how women can be successful entrepreneurs. Each of the six startups profiled here has its own unique story and set of products or services, so be sure to check them out. Who knows? You might find the next big thing right here in India.

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