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MONOPOLY ON IDEAS

Others | Jan 1, 2000

More an explorer than a strategist, the Net-economy woman is teaching business how to do the job.

These are snapshots of four women from Bangalore, perhaps the fastest evolving city in India. I have chosen them because I like to believe these women are part of our mentor capital. 1 like to believe that we need to know more about them and about women like them. How we use that capital is up to each one of us. But we are going to feel richer just for knowing it’s there.

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