On November 19, the world celebrated the 10th Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, an annual effort to highlight the issues facing women business leaders. In the last official economic census a decade ago, only 14% of all establishments in India were headed by women. It is estimated that the share has since improved to over 20%, but the likes of Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Vandana Luthra and Falguni Nayar are rare examples in a scene flooded with male leads. On the right, a report released last month showed that women-led businesses tend to have more women-friendly policies and fewer barriers in the workplace. Can India make the business world more welcoming to its women? Here are the details.
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