Dell Hosts Women Entrepreneurs in Bangalore
Tech company Dell said Friday it organized its Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network (DWEN) event in Bangalore, India with participation from 15 women entrepreneurs.
According to the company, these women have exceled in their fields and are collaborating to establish a positive Indian women entrepreneurship ecosystem in the country.
Attendees at DWEN – Bangalore Chapter – held a focused group discussion on “Developing specific skill sets in a start-up to thrive in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.”
The objective is to discover the adeptness required to succeed in the ecosystem and develop deeper understanding of the interpersonal skills required to make a business successful, common mistakes women entrepreneurs make and the right way to approach venture capitalists to scale one’s business.
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“Through DWEN, we provide a ready platform for women entrepreneurs to collaborate, share ideas and best practices among themselves. We see an immense scope for growth of the Indian women entrepreneurship ecosystem and what better place to connect than Bangalore,” said Ritu Gupta, director, Marketing, Dell India.
The Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network global event, is an exclusive, invitation-only conference that connects more than 200 of the world’s top female entrepreneurs, business leaders and media to share insights and best practices as part of an entrepreneurial community.
Previously hosted in emerging entrepreneurial locations such as Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro, New Delhi, and Istanbul, this year’s annual event took place in Austin where Dell began in a University of Texas dorm room 30 years ago.