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Women who lead—these powerful Indian women will inspire you endlessly
In part one of this exclusive feature, Bazaar India speaks to 10 women in positions of power about their journey, their learnings, and what needs to be done for more women to become leaders.
The first part of this feature in Bazaar India shines the spotlight on ten terrific women.
VINEETA SINGH—CO-FOUNDER AND CEO, SUGAR COSMETICS
I believe women should have role models and meaningful partnerships at home to be truly successful. And as the gender gap continues to exist, my sincere hope for the future is for female entrepreneurs to get more funding, more easily."
MONICA SHERGILL—VICE PRESIDENT OF CONTENT, NETFLIX INDIA
I believe in leading by example. I like to be humble, confident and always excited about what I'm doing. I like to build a passionate team where everyone's visions are aligned. It is also important to create a safe space where we are open to mistakes and learnings. Experimenting but thinking about the audience is our aim.
APARNA PUROHIT—HEAD OF INDIA ORIGINALS, AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
Women who are in positions of responsibility and authority, including me, should keep the doors open for other women to walk in.
JAYANTI CHAUHAN, VICE CHAIRPERSON, BISLERI INTERNATIONAL PVT. LTD
What truly interests me is how to build a brand and get people to emotionally connect with it. Bisleri already has that advantage and I can see how deeply ingrained it is in people's minds Today, there are so many brands on shelves, and the consumer has many choices. To succeed, it is extremely important to have a good team, which I am lucky to have. I am thankful that my team has given me that space to do things in a certain way.In today's world, it is crucial to keep upskilling yourself. For example, I recently took a language course and photography is my passion. We are also working to add more women into teams such as sales, which is traditionally male-dominated
As for personal goals, I want to learn to be more patient. I need to learn how to stay in my 'zone', even when things around me get chaotic.
BY SMITA TRIPATHI
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