Exploring Women Entrepreneurs’ Knowledge and Participation in Entrepreneurial Schemes

  • S Divya Research Scholar, Mother Teresa Women’s University, Kodaikanal
  • G Lakshmi Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Government Arts College for Women, Nilakottai
Keywords: Schemes, Skills and Women Entrepreneur


As a nation, Indian women are rising to the occasion and establishing themselves as potential business owners. It is critical for women to take the lead in non-traditional business fields if we want to dismantle the idea of gender-specific industry. The expansion of female-owned businesses is a key factor in the global economic recovery. The underrepresentation of women in business began to change as our understanding of the for-profit sector grew. Being careful, adaptive, and resistive to wastefulness is a key quality for women to have in business. Women are making waves in the business world, bringing fresh perspectives to SMBs. Entrepreneurial women are those who come up with a business idea, put it into words, plan and execute it, take calculated risks, reap the rewards of uncertainty, and aren’t afraid to fail. Due to difficulties in obtaining a suitable job and a need for social approval, many women choose to work remotely.

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