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More than 1,000 women entrepreneurs from around the world have told us about their personal business journeys. Here are their stories, in their own words. Tell us yours!
Aline M. Betancourt: Wibi+Works
Carrying out innovative ideas from inception to the point of favorably impacting human health while not forgetting along the way to be a positive role model for those around me.
E. Kelly Fitzsimmons: HarQen
I am always striving to incorporate my life into my business. When they stop meshing well, I make a change.
Shannon Etnyre: True North: Creative Business Planning
After years of dedicating myself to corporate finance, I had found myself looking for something more meaningful to contribute to.
Nermin Fawzi Saad: Handasiyat.net
I’ve started my business to find a way to help Arab Female Engineers to activate their certificates, since they are subjected to different kind of social rules, which may cause many of them to quit their jobs.
Trang Le: Kiddieo Mall
I’m saying goodbye to the corporate world to focus on Kiddieo Mall and be home more for my two kids.
Miriam Christof: JustJump Marketing
JustJump is a very young company and our biggest success is fine-tuning our business strategy to the industry needs.
Tula Garris: Morning Glory Products, Inc.
African American owned and operated, fully licensed and patented with an invaluable registered Trademark, Morning Glory Products, Inc. ® have become a household name!
Romona Foster: Admin Tech Consulting
My uncle, Ray Spriggs, is my most important role model. He was one of a handful of people in my family who did what he was passionate about for a living.
Lisa Cash Hanson: Lisa Cash Hanson
In 2012 I submitted my baby product to Huggies – it was merely a prototype. They loved it and my baby product the SnuggWugg was chosen.
Roxanne Zolin: Marketing Visions
Over 5 years I helped over 500 new business owners with 80% self supporting in one year.
Tracy Vega: Simple Self Defense for Women
We have created a very unique, empowering & fun program for women that teaches them how to avoid & escape from a potential attack.
Alexis Gopal M.D.: Alexis Gopal Jewelry
People started asking where I bought my jewelry, the next thing you know, I started a business. It was the best decision I’ve ever made, and I’ve never looked back since.
Claire Mitchell: Chillipeeps Limited
Success has been producing a product from the original Eureka moment; Success is gaining awards and recognition for your product… Success is giving back, through inspiring others to dream and believe that they too can achieve!
Sheila P. Coates: BYOB (Be Your Own Brand)
With great feedback and support I launched BYOB because I realized it was changing lives and positively impacting people on every level.