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ISO 9001 : 2008

In the year 2004, COWE started its journey. With Government support and guidance, COWE has been growing in leaps and bounds and we are very proud of its achievements.  I would like to touch upon some of our achievements in the past decade.

Vision:  To be a national association of women business owners that propels Women Entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power. 

Mission:  Promote affiliations and spread COWE activities across India. Create centres of excellence for women to gain knowledge, develop skills, provide infrastructure, access to resources and promote marketing avenues to further their business. To inculcate entrepreneurship culture among young women and facilitate in shaping their ideas into workable models of business. To influence public policy and opinion makers and promote exclusivity in the business culture for women.­­­­­   

Quality Policy

We at COWE strive to empower women through Entrepreneurship by imparting relevant training, counseling and handholding to enhance their skills and to continuously improve our services to the members through knowledge sharing and Advocacy.

The organization has grown to the present strength of 750 members comprising of Entrepreneurs from diverse fields and is recognized by the State and Central Government as an Association representing Women Owned Businesses.

  • COWE got IID sanction to develop its Automotive and Engineering Park in 30 acres.
  • COWE signed MOU with NI-MSME.
  • COWE signed MOUs with Govt. Depts. to develop entrepreneurship throughout the country, like TRIFED, Dept. of Rural Development. DGET, SIDBI etc.
  • Trade Carnivals organized by COWE every year to market members products.
  • COWE is taking its share in building Entrepreneurship across the Nation and has initiated Chapters across the country in Andhra Pradesh , Delhi, Karnataka, Tamilnadu Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal, apart from Telangana State
  • COWE introduced “Young COWE" to spread Entrepreneurship in colleges, especially for young women.



  • Completing the registration of the 30 acres land for Engineering park at Toopran in the name of COWE and in-turn COWE completing the Sale Agreement with all the Women Entrepreneur allottees of the individual plots in COWE's Industrial and Engineering Estate.   COWE is the first all women company in the country to have its Engineering Industrial Estate.
  • COWE has received the In-Principle sanction from the Dept.of MSME for a grant applied under the Integrated Infrastructure Development (IID) scheme to develop the Engineering Park at Toopran, Medak District.
  • COWE earning a member seat on the Board of Department of Mirco, Small & Medium Enterprise (MSME) Ministry of MSME, Govt.of India.
  • COWE signed an MOU with National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) on 12th October 2010.
  • COWE Past President is one of the exclusive selection panelists for the GOLDMANSACHS 10000 women initiative program in ISB.
  • University of London and COWE are joining forces to create a trusted circle of cooperation to support female ventures to trade in the global market place.   The successful female owned venture DegreeArt.com in London (UK) has donated the fully functioning online innovative platform to support the cooperation of COWE and UEL and the BRIC centers of Excellence, to ensure access to the  global market place for female designs, artefacts and or services.
  • Participation in the Saitex Exhibition at Johannesburg, South Africa with the support of NSIC  by 8 of our Members gave good exposure and good opportunity to grow business internationally and build contacts.
  • 59thIntergift Madrid, Spain was another trade fair where 2 of our Members participated with the support extended by Department of MSME.
  • Three of our Members participated in the 43rd International Trade Fair – Celje Slovenia – Europe with the support extended by NSIC.
  • Feather in our cap is the extension of our Branch at New Delhi recently.


1. Counselling for budding entrepreneurs

2. Introduction of new business entrepreneurs networking

3. Open house meets

4. Trade Fairs / Exhibitions

5. Industrial Site visits

6. Conducting awareness programs and workshops

7. Buyers / Sellers meet (National & International)

8. Entrepreneur Development Programs & Entrepreneur Skill Development Programs

9. Awareness and facilitating loans and other financial assistance from banks

10. Promotion of members products through social media (Facebook & Website)

11. Loan Mela for Entrepreneurs

13. Job Mela for skilled employees

14. International Group Study Tours for Entrepreneurs

Executive Committee Members ( 2016-2018 )
Veena Reddy Endula Kalpana Sharma
Surya Jyoti Dheram Asha Tiblewala
Usha Paliath Madhujit Singh
Chetana Jain Alka Agarwal
V.Saila Sree Saritha Singh
Nalini Kumar K.Jessica Rajesh
Susheela Raj Pattem Bala Sree
Nallam Darpana
CO -Opted
1. Jaya Reddy
2. Preety varma
3. Kiran Sudha
4. Tumma Aruna
5. Prof. P. Yogeeswari
Board Members
Ms Shylaja Reddy
Ms Suman Kumar
Ms Uma Ghurkha
Ms Sandhya Reddy
Ms P. Soudamini
Ms P. Girija
Ms Sangeeta Reddy
Core Members
Aartee R Patil B. Padmavathi
R. Deepika Reddy Renu Swarup
Indira Jena Savitha Luthra
M. Madhu Chhanda Savita Reddy
Madhu Tyagi Shubha Agarwal
Madhuri Talluri Sujatha Alluru
K. Sri Maha Lakshmi Ms Srujana Reddy
Meena Gupta A. Malathi
MC Committee Members
Ms Geeta Goti - Chapters Ms A Lalitha - EDP
Ms Vandana - National & International Exhibitions Ms Jyotsna Cheruvu - Seminars & Conferences
Ms Nalini Kumar - Marketing Cell Ms Satyavathi. T - Projects & Technology Cell
Ms Susheela Raj Pattem - Programs - Women’s Day, Walkathon, Formation Day Ms Kalpana Sharma - Skill Development