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These female entrepreneurs are using technology to assist craftsmen and weavers throughout India in finding a sustainable income and market for their goods.
Carat Crush, based in Mumbai, boasts over 100 designs, including layered chains, lockets of angel wings, and mangalsutras. The direct-to-consumer firm's products have been seen on Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, Ananya Pandey, and Sara Ali Khan. Carat Crush's physical and internet platforms each contribute 50% of sales. Melorra, located in Bengaluru, is another business targeting a similar market–daily wear gold jewellery. Both were founded in the same year and cater to working women. Indian internet jewelry business expected to expand to $3.7 billion by 2025.
Somdutta Singh founded Assiduus Global Inc, an AI-powered cross-border ecommerce accelerator that helps D2C firms begin, build, and thrive across ecommerce marketplaces and regions. The Bengaluru-based firm has operations in Delaware, the US, and Dubai. She says women entrepreneurs must be able to take risks and not scare themselves. Entrepreneurship is about "the drive and will to accomplish the unthinkable".
Vandana Kalagara and Smruti Rao co-founded Keebee Organics in 2016. The Hyderabad-based company sells organic kidswear on sites like Myntra, FirstCry, Nestery and others. Goods are made at GOTS-certified factories in Gujarat and Tamil Nadu. Keebee produces casual, ethnic, and other kidswear for boys and girls up to the age of ten. From Rs 350 to Rs 4,000, Keebee is available. Vandana had to discover organic cotton sources and GOTS-certified manufacturers on her own.
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