Start Ups have always found innovative ways to solve problems. Women Empowerment is very important for the development of any country. When new entrepreneurs delve into social problems like these, they find unique ways to help woman to become more self-sufficient. These are some of the startups that are helping woman every day.
jobsforher.com, founded by Neha Bagaria, helps women to restart their careers after they have gone through life-changing events like motherhood, marriage etc. They have job openings for part-time, full-time, freelance, returnee-internship position and even work-from-home to help woman become self-sufficient and have fulfilling careers. They enable woman empowerment by helping woman who stepped away from their careers by placing their families’ needs above theirs. There are many women in this country who think that it is impossible to go back to their careers once they are married or they become a mother. jobsforher is one such startup that help such women get back on their feet by bringing them in contact with the companies that need them.
bookmybai.com, founded by Anupam Singal and Vikash Chowdhury, promises to provide people reliable house maids. This startup is helpful for the families where any kind of help is needed. Apart from cleaning maids, this site also provides maids for babysitting, elderly care and cooking. While it helps the families who need such maids, it also helps the thousands of women to earn their keep close to where they live by working part-time, and therefore leading to women empowerment.
talentrack.in, founded by Vineet Bajpai, is unique in the sense that it recruits talents in the media field. This is quite an unusual and offbeat startup where women are recruited in the field of media, entertainment, art and creativity. This website was so successful that over 30,000 talents were registered within six months of its launch and they claim that the company is growing by over 300 talents every day. This site promises to simplify the recruitment process while also providing greater security to women about their jobs in the industry. It helps women by helping them to avoid casting agents and long queues in front of media houses and production companies, making women empowerment a reality.
clapglobal.com, founded by Aarti Chhabria, helps international travelers to visit local classroom and exchange culture and ideas through engaging conversations. This startup believes that these conversations will make young boys and girls more accepting and adaptive in their life. According to its founder, women are always made to fit a particular mold in our society and are always told to do “what’s right”. But this startup will help little girls to understand how gender roles are different in different cultures while helping them to view everything with an open mind and not with the restraints that our society has put on them. This startup is another way women are being empowered since their childhood.
truweight.in, founded by Megha More and Vishnu Saraf, helps women lose weight and control other weight related problems by providing help through nutritionists. Health issues are often a problem of women. This startup’s nutritionists have helped many clients across India to overcome their health-related problems, out of which 70 percent were women. This site also helps women to lose weight while providing healthy food. Many of these clients suffer from diseases like thyroid and diabetes.
All these startups are providing new ideas for women empowerment. So, they are helping us create a better and broader world to live in.