Here are a few stories from the women entrepreneurs who are being trained in digital tools in the district of Alwar in Rajasthan. The unique theme in this month’s stories has been the focus that the Digital Sarthak trainers have kept on the importance of building confidence in women. All the trainers have emphasized on…
Nirmala Chandel runs a grocery shop in Guna. She had an interest in digital tools so she joined the digital Sarthak program. She has started using WhatsApp, Facebook and Telegram to increase her reach and approach new customers.
Puja Devi from Siladon, Jharkhand is running a tent house. The digital Sarthak training has helped her develop digital skills. She uses Telegram, WhatsApp and Facebook to increase the visibility of her enterprise.
Kamlesh from Jajuka village in Haryana runs a multipurpose shop. She sells various products like cosmetics, buttons and cloth. The digital sarthak training program has helped her expand her business.
Bhavna runs a multipurpose store of different types of textiles, designer laces and cosmetics. After joining the program she has started reaching out to customers through WhatsApp groups.
Waseem Fatima is a professional weaver from Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh. She joined the program to learn digital marketing to promote her business. She is trying to expand her customer base by reaching out to new areas.
Sunita from Ghasera village in Nuh runs a micro-enterprise; she stitches clothes. She is part of the digital Sarthak training program that aims to help women entrepreneurs expand their business using digital tools.
Poonam Bai is a resident of the Untwal village from Alwar district of Rajasthan. Poonam Bai has been an active member of an SHG (self-help group) for around five years and has completed her Batchelor in Education.
Pappu Kanwar belongs to the Barmer district. Her life has been full of challenges as she is differently-able. She dreamt of uplifting her poor brethren and wanted to help them somehow to proceed further in their lives.
Babita belongs from Beema village in the Nuh district of Haryana. Babita’s family consists of 8 members. She is the eldest of her siblings.