“Stories of social injustice and disparity of earnings amongst the poorest people around the world fuelled a desire to take action.”
Stories of women entrepreneurs selling goods for the consumer market, from beauty products to furniture and everything in between.
“Having been a one-woman army, there were times when the going got too tough. However, grit like I always say, is an entrepreneur’s biggest ally.”
“Positive messages were a way of life at home as my mom, a single parent, relied upon them.”
Lynn Julian and Chance Claxton co-founded U Konserve to reduce plastic use and help keep it out of the oceans.
“As I began making trial products and sharing them, my business grew, and now I create bespoke fragrances for individuals, families and discerning businesses.”
“We aim to give hope to all women in the Middle East and encourage them to have their own business and not wait for a job opportunity but create it on their own.”
“My biggest success is simply starting.”
“Since becoming a mother myself I have huge respect for all those other women juggling and spinning plates like there’s no tomorrow.”
“It is a business that sells convenience and time saving services to customers and local businesses alike.”
“We can see the effect of what happens when you believe in someone – they can finally begin to believe in themselves.”
The founder and owner of Vida Aire finds the inner strength to keep her business alive through the challenge of severe illness.
“I bought a DIY home candle making kit and realized that I was quite good at it.”
” I lament how women entrepreneurs in this country are not taken seriously and instead people think that women are only fit to cook, run a household, or raise kids. I think women can do all this and also run a successful business.”
“My biggest success is having run this business successfully for ten years, this year!”
“Seeing your idea develop into something that is of daily help to the public at large is how I would like to define success for CompareMunafa.com.”