When the United States and India held the eighth annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit in late 2017 in Hyderabad, it seemed fitting that the theme they chose was ‘Women First, Prosperity for All’. A few months later in Davos, Christine Lagarde, the Managing Director & Chairwoman of the International Monetary Fund, indicated that India could add an additional $800 Billion to its GDP if the representation of women in the workforce reached the same as men. Click here to read more