Devishobha Chandramouli

Devishobha Chandramouli

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Writer
Founder and Editor

About Devishobha Chandramouli

Devishobha Chandramouli is the founder of Kidskintha, a global parenting and education collective. She is also the host of UNESCO's upcoming Special Kids Global Virtual Summit. She has written for HuffPost, LifeHack, Motherly, Thought Catalog, and more.

More From Devishobha Chandramouli

Education

Here's How EdTech Companies Are Creatively Revolutionizing Special Education

EdTech companies are using innovative ways to fill the special education gap.
Growth Strategies

4 Mistakes to Avoid While Scaling Up Your Infrastructure

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Lifestyle

Become 'Indistractable' By Making Work Your Playground

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Technology

8 Ways EdTech Startups Are Setting Classroom-Innovation Trends

Technology in education is changing how we think about learning and success.
Pitching Investors

7 Women Investors Reveal What's Different When a Woman Evaluates Your Pitch

With the number of women founders rising, women investors are an important success factor for them.
Lifestyle

Unclog Your Calendar to Make Room for New Opportunities

Never underestimate the value of calendar white space.
Entrepreneurship

6 Global Trends Reveal How Women Are Redefining Entrepreneurship

Females are unlocking massive opportunities for business expansion.
Women Entrepreneurs

Study Details Why Women Entrepreneurs Have Greater Crowdfunding Success

Crowdfunding has none of the barriers to success that often thwart women entrepreneurs pitching VC and angel investors.
Fundraising

New Study Finds 5 Key Differences in How Male and Female Founders Raise Capital

Women tend to bootstrap to avoid raising debt. Men tend to raise money however they can and bootstrap to make it go further.
Women Entrepreneurs

6 Disadvantages Confronting Female Entrepreneurs Seeking Venture Capital

Women found their voice in the #MeToo movement. So, why can't they get their startups funded?