Top 5 Women Entrepreneurs of 2020

The startup world gone are the days when women were meant to be only in the kitchen this current generation the world over is recognizing women in a way that has never been done before. women have become so empowered they are poised to take over the world with a renewed spirit and vigor. celebrating women and the Entrepreneurship ecosystem today we talk about some of the greatest female entrepreneurs of our time.

Top 5 Women Entrepreneurs of 2020
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1. Oprah Winfrey:

Oprah Winfrey

She is the organizer of not one but rather three new businesses. Founder of Oprah Winfrey Network, Harpo Productions, and The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for young ladies. Oprah is a TV personality and director apart from being the plaintiff mister. She has touched the hearts of the people all over the world and incidentally, Miss Winfrey's net worth stands at 2.9 billion dollars. Winner of the Cecil DeMille award Oprah had a humble beginning in rural Mississippi and later moved to Milwaukee starting off as a radio co-host at the age of 19. Oprah dominated television screens by creating a more intimate confessional form of media communication. For her many contributions to American society. Oprah Winfrey received the nation's highest civilian honor the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013.

2. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw:

Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

One of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world. Kieran Mazumdar Shaw has also been conferred with the highest French distinction named the 85th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes magazine. Kieran has a net worth of 3.9 billion dollars. She founded the biopharma firm Biocon in 1978. A company that treats autoimmune diseases, diabetes and cancer. Biocon was started in the garage of a rented house in Bengaluru with a seed capital of rupees 10,000 despite facing credibility challenges because of her gender and her untested business model. She let Biocon to becoming the first biotechnology company in India to issue an IPO. The market capitalization of the company exceeded expectations making by upon the second Indian company to cross the 1 billion dollar mark on the first day of listing.

3. Sara Blakely:

Sara Blakely

Sara Blakely may have started off as a door-to-door fax machine salesperson. She's now one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world. Her invention Spanx clothes that are supposed to be worn under slacks became so widely accepted. It became a standard piece of clothing in everyone's wardroom. The creation of Spanx saris net worth stands at a cool 1.01 billion dollars. She is also named the world's youngest self-made female billionaire by Forbes magazine. One of the times 100 most influential people. Sara also launched the Sara Blakely Foundation in 2006 to help women through education and entrepreneur training. She is the first female billionaire to join Bill Gates and Warren Buffett's. The Giving Pledge wearing the world's richest people to make at least half of the wealth to charity.

4. Weili Dai:

Weili Dai

An immigrant from China Weili Dai came to the United States with a dream in mind and plan in hand. Dai founded the 2.3 billion dollar worth Marvell Technology in the year 1995 after working as a software technician. She is the only female co-founder of a major semiconductor company and the 95th most powerful woman in the world. According to Falls, her net worth stands at 770 million dollars. Dai is a driving force to expand access to technology in the developing world and advocate for more women to be involved in science technology. Awarded the gold steaming award for female entrepreneur of the year business products. Dai Rosen, the entrepreneurship ecosystem to become one of the most successful businesswomen at the global podium.

5. Richa Kar:

Richa Kar
The founder of the online lingerie store Zivame. Richa Kar is perhaps one of the first people in India to revolutionize the way women lingerie. Furthermore, the online platform plays a role in educating women across the country about intimate wear, shaping consumer behavior. Richa Kar broke the glass ceiling truly defining the new age women entrepreneur in India starting from a small space in 2011. Zivame has now expanded to include more than 5000 styles 50 brands and 100 sizes with a whopping valuation of 100 million dollars. Richa Kar achieved a commendable feat by setting up a business in an industry as personal as lingerie and disrupting the e-commerce industry.

So many unsurprising women in the world, it remains to be seen if the men are going to sue to take a back seat all handy quality.

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