To provide a highly interactive professional learning experience and capability upgrade in the principles, tools, and techniques for enterprise development and management..
Dr. Baishali Mitra
Faculty, Business Communication
Contact no. 9949062013
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aspiring women entrepreneurs, nascent women entrepreneurs, women entrepreneurs seeking growth in their businesses, women from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds across all age groups regardless of educational qualification and experience shall apply.
The course will be beneficial for women who are students; who are planning to begin a start-up; who are already small-scale entrepreneurs and seek growth; who are housewives and intend to start a business; who are mid-career professionals and want to shift from employment to entrepreneurship.
Despite the steady improvement, women are still under-represented among the population of entrepreneurs. Moreover, research says that women entrepreneurs tend to have dissimilar motivations and intentions in entrepreneurship than men. The challenges that women identify in starting a business include discouraging social and cultural attitudes, lower levels of entrepreneurship skills, greater difficulty in accessing start-up financing, smaller and less effective entrepreneurial networks that dampen women’s entrepreneurship. And that is why an Entrepreneurship Course is required to be designed exclusively for women as the opportunities, challenges, and measures to cope with those challenges are unique for women entrepreneurs.