1,000 Stories

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!

Adrienne Moch: Writing & Editing

I’d have to say my biggest success has been sustaining my business for the past 8 years through the ups and downs of the economy, while developing a reputation for being efficient, cost-effective, and a real difference-maker.

Shan Fazelbhoy: Kobo Art

The biggest challenge we face is to change peoples perception of how they view art. We would like them to think of it as something that is for everybody and not as exclusive property as is currently viewed.

Servane Mouazan: Ogunte

I was working in community development in various countries and realised that although there were networks for women in business, there was not much around women who wanted to impact on society and the environment.

Rainie Howard: Sisters of Hope, Inc

After experiencing true happiness, confidence and peace in my life; I developed a strong passion to help other women and girls experience the same joy in their lives.

Angelina Sereno: Skybox Creative

I was in the design industry for 6 years prior to starting my own firm and wanted to do things differently…to create a fun company culture and ultimately to give back to world in a significant way.

Carrie Miller: Our Home Transitional

It was a dream I had since I was a teen and 2012 in Flint, MI was the time and place to start it. My vision has been to provide an outlet for women and children in need.