Women standing up in unconventional businesses

Mumbai-based Hey Deedee to expand its services to other states

CNBC-TV18 covers the story of Hey Deedee

Through a number of thoughtful initiatives, women are turning into delivery ladies supporting India’s online shopping revolution. Read the story of the Delivery Divas in the link below

Mainly based in the power of ideas and problem-solving, the start-up ecosystem thrives in India, and Nafeesah Ahmed learns of its four star examples including Hey Deedee

On Women’s Equality Day, Lokmat interviewed women working in various fields in the society under their Bai Manoos initiative. Revathi Roy running a parcel delivery service by women in four major cities of India was one of them. Here’s her journey from a driver to the CEO of a company and her inspiration along the journey

Revathi Roy, CEO of Hey Deedee interviewed by CNBC Awaaz

Outlook News Scroll

India’s all-women last mile delivery startup Hey Deedee® gets US$500K funding

All-women last-mile logistics startup Hey Deedee® raises $500K

India Today News Flash

BSE SME platform hits 250 companies mark

Early-stage investor Metaform Ventures backs logistics startup Hey Deedee®

Investors spot a big promise in India’s only all-women last mile logistic services company

Secrets Behind A Successful Startup

Only 14% of Indian businesses are run by women. Here’s to growing our share of business faster!

The Bombay Natural Company partners with Hey Deedee this Women’s Day