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  2. Defying The Norms: 5 Indian Women Entrepreneurs Who Defied The Odds

    Manisha Raisinghani, Co-Founder, LogiNext Solutions

    After studying Big Data and Analytics in 2009 from Carnegie Mellon University, Manisha Raisinghani worked in the logistics space while working as a consultant for IBM Consulting. Interested by the ORION (On-Road Integrated Optimization and Navigation) software used by trucks in the UPS for logistics, she along with Dhruvil Sanghvi, who had attended the course with her, got thinking how they could replicate the UPS technology in other countries. In January 2014, the duo quit their jobs and invested over $70K into building a product from the ground up in about six-seven months, and thus, LogiNext Solutions was born.

    Ashwini Asokan, Co-Founder, Mad Street Den

    Ashwini, along with her husband Anand Chandrasekaran, founded a cloud-based platform – Mad Street Den that makes use of artificial intelligence to get any smartphone with a camera to identify faces, detect facial expressions and emotions and react to facial gestures. She began her career with leading the mobile innovation team at Intel’s Interaction and Experience Research Lab (IXR) in Silicon Valley.

    Debadutta Upadhyaya, CEO, Timesaverz

    A university rank holder throughout her academic life, Debadutta is a post-graduate in English Literature and Journalism. Before setting up Timesaverz, India’s first on-demand home services marketplace, she essayed leadership roles in Times of India, at Yahoo! as Head of Sales and Sales Strategy and Vdopia as Vice President, APAC. She has been awarded the Yahoo! Ratna award and the Indira Super Achiever’s Award for her exemplary work. She is also associated with FICCI FLO Mumbai Chapter for the project SWAYAM which upholds and propagates women entrepreneurship.

    Read more at https://gromor.in/blog/5-success...

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