Navya Venkatesh

As men and women grow and continue their education, they have equal ambitions to pursue a successful professional career, with roughly equal levels of achievement — though some studies suggest that women do slightly better. Living in the 21st century, big-shot companies are taking strides in promoting gender equality, breaking the glass ceiling, and improving inclusion and diversity. Right now is a great and important time in history to do everything possible to help forge a more gender-balanced world. This is going on another level with women leaders emerging and making their place in the global workspace.

For a growing number of women, the fastest route to the c-suite is launching their own business. Today’s start-up culture empowers women to be their own boss and pays their own salary, defining how they want to work and making the balance of career and family life more comfortable. Entrepreneurship presents a path for women to close the pay gap and rise to leadership positions on their own terms. From the new wave of rebellious women breaking all the old-fashioned norms, they stand up for what they believe in and make their mark in the ever-evolving industry.

More and more women in leadership positions are pushing the boundaries of gender equality by utilizing their strengths and leadership qualities – in skill, knowledge, experience, and emotion. They are pursuing the things they want from their job and their career, not waiting for it to come to them. The key is confidence in all your resources and abilities, not just those represented on paper.

Celebrating all of the strong, powerful, and beautiful women out in the world and our very own lives — and not just today, but every day too, we have listed “10 Inspiring Indian Women Leaders in Business” and told their stories to inspire the youth to reach out for the stars despite all odds! Here’s to the women of the past, the present, and the future, and all of the women breaking barriers and paving ways for the next generation of confident, independent women.

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