Entrepreneur says women should work together to in success

27th September, 2015
Sheetal Walsh: ‘Women in the West don’t collaborate’ Feargal Ward

San Francisco-based entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist Sheetal Walsh has said women in the West need to collaborate more in business.

Walsh, the founder of Indian social enterprise company Shanti Life, told The Sunday Business Post last week: “My findings as an entrepreneur of over 20 years is that we have resources in the West, we have access to everything we want, but we don’t collaborate. Women in the West don’t collaborate and they’re really competitive....

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