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Franchise India’s gift to women on Karwa Chauth

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The company will award 25 women with Natural’s Salon business opportunity during the 12th Edition of Franchise and Retail Show.


New Delhi. Franchise India, Asia's largest integrated franchise solution company, has come up with Women Entrepreneurship initiative this Karwa chauth. The company has taken this initiative to award 25 pre registered women entrepreneurs to start their own business by offering pre-approved loans of 3.5 million to each applicants  for a business opportunity with Natural’s Salon. The gift will be presented to the first 25 preregistered women at Pragati Maidan on October 11th, 2014 during the 12th International Franchise and Retail show.

Women entrepreneurship has significant contribution towards economic growth of the country. But the gloomy facet of women entrepreneurs in India is that they are still struggling to grab a major pie of the entire entrepreneurship industry owing to some of the crucial issues – gender discrimination, matrimonial and inherent laws, cultural practices, lack of proper financial model, inaccessibility of right information, network and many more.

Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Gaurav Marya, President, Franchise India says, “This new initiative will create opportunities for female entrepreneurs to thrive and prosper. By partnering with Natural’s Salon, we aim to provide Women Entrepreneurs a business that will address one of the biggest obstacles to growth for women-owned small and medium businesses: access to capital.”


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