The Power-Packed Women Entrepreneurs Of India


‘Who run the world?’ ‘Girls!’ Studies have shown that increased participation of women in any field has taken the productivity, yield and GDP to new heights. Today, women secure top positions in many MNCs and are not afraid of venturing into new businesses and taking risks. This Women Entrepreneurs’ Day, Wedding Affair takes a look at some path-breaking women who are making their mark in the Indian business landscape.

1. Dipali Mathur Dayal, Founder & CEO, Super Smelly

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Dipali Mathur Dayal is the Co-Founder of Super Smelly, a brand rolled out by Natturel and Kool Pvt Ltd (NKPL). Super Smelly is India’s first brand of personal care products for Gen Z that is 100% toxin-free, best-in-class, gentle yet effective and made with natural ingredients. Being a private banker turned entrepreneur, in her present capacity, she spearheads the responsibility of product vision, investor management, brand management, strategy and direction for the company.

2. Roma Priya, Founder, Burgeon Law


An entrepreneurial lawyer, mentor and startup enthusiast, Roma Priya is the Founder of Burgeon Law, a new-age one-stop legal firm that supports growth, change and innovation in India’s evolving startup ecosystem. Priya’s key responsibilities include overseeing day-to-day operations of the firm, business development and client relationship management keeping in mind the firm’s short-term strategies for realizing long-term goals. Roma believes in adding value to her clients by focusing on building long-term relationships with them and understanding their business needs.

3. Puja Punj, Co-Founder, GyFTR


Puja Punj co-founded GyFTR (Vouchagram) along with Arvind Prabhakar who is the co-founder and CEO of the brand. The brand was conceptualized with a vision to harness the untapped potential of brand currency (e-gift vouchers) to promote the gifting market beyond occasion-led physical or cash gifts. Today, Puja envisions GyFTR clocking a turnover of more than 1000 crore in FY 2020 on the back of its groundbreaking digital gifting solutions.

4. Meenal Arora, Founder Director, Shemford Group of Futuristic Schools

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Founder Director at Shemford Group of Futuristic Schools, India’s most innovative senior school chain, Meenal Arora is a driven educationalist and a passionate leader with over 16 years of rich experience. Meenal is also a celebrated author and parenting expert who has written numerous books and articles related to children, their education and other aspects of parenting. Her articles have been published in leading magazines such as Responsible Parenting, The Progressive Teacher and Women on Top.

5. Savitri Bobde, Co-founder and COO, Goalwise


Being the co-founder and COO at Goalwise, Savitri Bobde is responsible for overseeing the execution of all initiatives undertaken by the company and guiding the operational processes of all departments – especially the two that she directly heads – customer service and investment operations. With her background in education research, Savitri took up the challenge of simplifying the whole investing process. Hailing from Nagpur, Savitri grew up in a lawyer’s family. She even worked on education and livelihood development in a village in Maharashtra. She has a Masters in Development Studies from the Institute of Development Studies in the UK.

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