Vineeta Singh is among the the most successful businesswomen in India but even she has to experience criticism about her appears to be. In a new job interview with author Chetan Bhagat, Vineeta spoke about all the trolling she has to experience on social media, aimed at the way she appears to be like or attire. (Also read through: Shark Tank’s Vineeta Singh says investor refused to meet up with her)
“I am CEO of a enterprise and even now people today comment ‘you really don’t glance very good enough’, ‘you started a make-up brand name for the reason that you glance so bad’, men and women say this kind of adverse items,” she mentioned that she no for a longer time reads responses on her posts. She added, “Your physical appearance, as a female, is presented so significantly value. Even on Instagram, I have achieved so significantly in life, but when I write-up anything, 95% of the remarks are about the way you glance. It’s just one of people items. It is a by-product of staying a girl.”
Vineeta, who featured as 1 of the ‘sharks’ on Shark Tank India, stated females are usually at a disadvantage. “No one questioned why does Steve Careers put on the exact shirts. It was good for Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Careers to use the identical T-shirt,” she extra.
Vineeta stated that people today also ridicule her for starting up a make up small business (Sugar Cosmetics) instead than anything a lot more ‘serious’. Even so, she rubbishes their view mainly because such people would think the very same if she experienced begun a ‘steel empire’ way too.
Other sharks on Shark Tank involved Ghazal Alagh of Mama Earth cosmetics, Lenskart CEO Peyush Bansal, Bharat Pe co-founder Ashneer Grover, boAt co-founder Aman Gupta, Emcure Prescribed drugs CEO Namita Thapar and Shaadi.com founder Anupam Mittal.
Shark Tank is now remaining renewed for a second period. The promo for the Sony Entertainment Tv show is out and declared that registrations for the new year are previously open. On Shark Tank, business people pitch their enterprise concepts to a panel of ‘sharks’, inquiring for their financial investment in exchange for fairness in their organization.