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Article: 8 REMARKABLE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS FROM SHARK TANK INDIA

8 REMARKABLE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS FROM SHARK TANK INDIA
Shark Tank India

8 REMARKABLE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS FROM SHARK TANK INDIA

1. ADITI GUPTA, FOUNDER OF MENSTRUPEDIA

Menstruation has long been connected with impurity in India. Every year, over a billion girls get their periods, and many of them are not properly informed about them and are subjected to societal constraints such as using cloth instead of sanitary pads or being barred from attending places of worship. Aditi Gupta was imbued with a sense of guilt as a result of being on the receiving end of this period-related stigma as a child. Aditi Gupta and her husband Tuhin Paul abandoned their jobs to launch Menstrupedia comics, India's first comic book about periods, with the goal of changing people's perceptions about menstruation. The comic is a friendly guide developed to offer facts about menstruation in a way that is not only easy to grasp but also sensitive to the taboo nature of the issue, with engaging storylines and characters. The product, which is available in over 11,000 schools across India, has had a significant impact by teaching and empowering many girls about their periods. Aditi wants to expand their business by launching an app in order to have a global effect on a topic that is deemed taboo. Such a wonderful concept enticed Shark Tank Shark Namita Thapar to invest ₹50 lakhs in exchange for a 20% stake.

2. AISHWARYA BISWAS, FOUNDER AND MD, AULI LIFESTYLE

Aishwarya Biswas' Ayurvedic skincare brand Auli, which she conceptualised and built, became fairly successful after appearing on Shark Tank India. The items are rich and organic, and they soothe and relax you. Auli, which sells a variety of organic and natural items, is ideal for both gifting and self-indulgence. The Kolkata-based entrepreneur dazzled Shark Namita Thapar and received a ₹75 lakh investment for a 15% stake. On the show, she stayed steadfast in her decision to go solo rather than team up with a co-founder.

3. ANANYA AND ANUSHREE MALLOO, NUUTJOB CO-FOUNDERS

Ananya and Anushree Malloo, Nuutjob co-founders, impressed with their unique offering. Nuutjob is a brand of men's hygiene products founded by women. Their pitch was also fairly distinctive. They dressed themselves like males scratching their groins and entered the sets as such. The co-founders are relatives who have had a significant impact on the sharks. Their products are designed to assist guys in keeping their intimates clean and dry. The creams assist men in maintaining a decent pH balance down there by preventing chafing, preventing sweating irritation, and preventing foul odour and itching. Peyush Bansal, Namita Thapar, and Aman Gupta invested ₹25 lakh in the company in exchange for a 20% stake in the company. CLICK HERE FOR BEST ANIME MERCH!

4. CARRAGREEN FOUNDERS SURABHI AND CHETNA SHAH

The duo of mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, Carragreen's founders Surabhi Shah and Chetna Shah from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, began their company with the goal of eliminating the usage of plastic cutlery in everyday life. Sharks Peyush Bansal and Anupam Mittal were impressed by the ecopreneurs and invested ₹50 lakhs for a 20% stake in the company. Carragreen's items are biodegradable and environmentally friendly. Carragreen offers unique solutions that are a cost-effective alternative to disposable plastic.

5. RIYA KHATTAR'S HEART UP MY SLEEVES

Heart Up My Sleeves, by Delhi-based Riya Khattar, was another Shark Tank India pitch that wowed the judges. Due to the product's simplicity and resourcefulness, Sharks Anupam Mittal and Vineeta Singh invested ₹25 lakh for a 30% stake. The brand was created in the midst of the epidemic while cleaning the closet, and it is a modern concept appropriate for transforming India. Riya Khattar came across a solution to the most prevalent dilemma that every female faces: having a lot of clothes but nothing appropriate to wear. Detachable sleeves from Heart Up My Sleeves are a fast remedy for any drab outfit. Influencers and celebrities such as Neha Kakkar, Hansika Motwani, and Komal Pandey have all given the brand positive feedback in a short amount of time.

6. QUIRKY NAARI BY MALVICA SAXENA

With her whimsical invention, Malvica Saxena, the founder of Quirky Naari, won hearts and secured ₹35 lakh in funding for 15% ownership from Anupam Mittal and Vineeta Singh. Her company began with hand-painted shoes in 2018, and it now offers a wide spectrum of footwear, from bridal sneakers to customizable hand-painted jackets.

7. BLUE PINE FOODS BY ADITI MADAN WITH NAVEEN PANWAR AND ROHAN SINGH

Blue Pine Foods was developed by Aditi Madan with the objective of introducing people to authentic Himalayan cuisine. The former 'Master Chef' contestant won funding of ₹75 lakh on 'Shark Tank India.' Her friends and peers refer to her as 'Momo Mami.'

8. KAVACH BY ANOUSHKA JOLLY

Anoushka Jolly's memories of a fellow student being humiliated at a school function five years ago are carved firmly in her mind. However, for this 13-year-old, the experience served as a catalyst for launching a social movement to combat bullying and give a forum for students and parents to anonymously report incidents. With the cooperation of educational institutions, social organisations, and professionals, the 'Anti Bullying Squad (ABS)' has positively touched over 2,000 students from over 100 schools and universities, according to Jolly, who founded the internet platform three years ago.

These women entrepreneurs from Shark Tank India have demonstrated remarkable innovation and determination. Their ventures, ranging from menstrual health education to eco-friendly products and unique fashion solutions, highlight the diverse and impactful businesses supported by Shark Tank India. These stories not only showcase the entrepreneurial spirit but also reflect the potential of Shark Tank India to inspire and support innovative business ideas, including those in Shark Tank India fashion and Shark Tank India clothing.

[The images used in this blog post are not owned by Anime Devta, they are just for entertainment purposes]

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~Mimansa Sharma

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