Kohima: We will be the first to admit: from our stories, it may seem like developmental activities take longer than elsewhere in Nagaland. However, the gradual surge in women’s entrepreneurship cannot go unnoticed. It may not be an exaggeration that Nagaland is witnessing a silent revolution as women, against all odds, take up the mantle to be more independent, ambitious, and daring.
And, they are also helping other women entrepreneurs and strengthening the workforce under the banner of the Women Entrepreneurs Network Nagaland (WENN). EastMojo caught up with the brain behind WENN, a......
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