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Women Entrepreneurs Should Be Encouraged for Economic Growth

Cherish Woman Entrepreneurs For Economic Growth

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The phrase “woman entrepreneur” was created in India after many decades, most likely because women only got active in the commercial sphere after the general public began to accept the notion of women in business.

A woman has the ability to alter “Her World,” and she may contribute to the creation of a “Better World.”

“If you want to do anything great, you must have a natural desire to perform millions of tiny things,” Mr. Rishikesh Mishra has remarked in the past.

For decades, women have been denied the opportunity to pursue their dreams of becoming entrepreneurs. However, Eliza Lucas Pinckney, of the United States, is believed to have been the first female entrepreneur, having taken over her family’s plantation company in South Carolina in 1735. According to legend, Kalpana Saroj, a Dalit woman, was the world’s first female entrepreneur, and her tale is told in the book “Slumdog Millionaire.”

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