| | October 20175From the first Adam and Eve to today's Adams and Eves, the world has changed drastically. While Eves were perceived to be homemakers, their constant perseverance and hard work has turned the wheel of defined responsibilities to their favour to show what they behold under their skin ­ the power to change and take charge of their own future. Freeing themselves from the clutches of patriarchal society, today few brawny breeds have turned the table in their favour against all odds and emerged as Sheroes paving paths and creating stories for others to follow. Saluting such womenpreneurs who not just changed their destiny but also brought several innovations to the fore, we bring to you `Most Promising Women Entrepreneurs of the Year ­ 2017'. The issue features their struggle, failures, learning, determination, challenges to balanced family and business, and several other factors that tuned them to be the Woman of Steel. The most encouraging part of their story is the kind of unconditional support they received from their family and most importantly their better halves, that seems to be a new chapter in the Indian Women entrepreneurship diegesis. Their strong determination and the will to bring about a social change alongside makes them entrepreneurs of a different breed who don't run for money or fame but does things for a cause. With our central government's several plans focused on women empowerment and entrepreneurship, the future seems brighter. Devising various policies to encourage women entrepreneurs in India, the government provides various incentives, subsidies, and further integration of women in the development through five year plan will play a vital role in taking this story a long way. Clubbing these benefits with their sheer resolve will create stories for others to follow. Thanks to these Sheroes, entrepreneurship is no more a male prerogative. More power to WOMEN!! Do let us know what you think!Anamika SahuManaging Editoreditor@ceoinsights.comChanging the Entrepreneur Landscape with Women PowerINSPIRINGCEOsEditorial
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