we@work, a knowledge hub for women entrepreneurs has been launched to mentor aspiring woman entrepreneur from both urban and rural areas.

Knowledge hub for women entrepreneurs we@work launched

The launched platform is a storehouse of information to increase awareness about all relevant areas of entrepreneurship. Aspiring women entrepreneurs across the world can check out options that exist in the country and globally too, that could help them start off their business initially, and also scale up their business.

Ruby Sinha, Founder of we@work said, “Our vision behind we@work is to help women across the world aim big by shaping their ideas and dreams in the right direction. It is our endeavor to support women who are looking at starting an entrepreneurship venture that in is line with their abilities, interests and skills. We hope to create a robust eco-system for enthusiastic women entrepreneurs enabling them to expand their frontiers and enhance their skills to achieve their true potential.”

There are innovative business ideas, startup funding avenues, marketing, legal support, mentor connects, Government schemes across various states/international schemes’ information, courses, conferences, workshops, success stories as well as news and videos to educate, train, support and motivate women entrepreneurs.

we@work also has an association with The Entrepreneurship School (Gurgaon) to help in mentoring and skilling women entrepreneurs through EQ tests, online training programs and workshops.


Abhishek is a startup ninja who has spent his time meeting entrepreneurs and helping them tell their stories efficiently. You can find him biking around in his past time. Based out of New Delhi, he is a geek at heart, gadgets are his toys and internet technology is what keeps him going. Email: abhishek@biztechpost.com