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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!
Haley Salmon’s e-commerce company, J. H. Appleseed, is all about ethical consumption.
Zippy Pantry, founded by Ericka Mabrie and Alexa Lombardo, lets wellness-oriented shoppers sort groceries by health benefit.
Never Knew I Needed’s Abby Greenberg aims to bring diversity and inclusivity to an industry that’s stuck in the past.
Fairlane Raymundo and Rebecca Binny’s agency, RayCo Media, incorporates Web3 expertise, from crypto to NFTs to the metaverse.
Bridget Johns’s business, To & From, uses patent-pending technology to figure out what to get for your friend’s birthday, your cousin’s anniversary, and everything in between.
Sarah Helppi left eBay to launch Eskadi, a platform that allows consumers to comparison shop for pre-owned designing clothing.
Georgia Crawford’s LifeSavers Wipes aim to make it easy and affordable for people with diabetes to monitor glucose levels.
Camryn Pickworth started The First Pick VA Group while in college to connect businesses with vetted virtual-assistance freelancers.
Alisa Pospekhova is the founder of Kindroot.
Duffy Hofer is the founder of Disguise The Surprise.
Katrina Bell is the founder of The Copper Bell.
Michelle Jacobs and Sally Mueller are the founders of Womaness.
Keira Kotler is the founder of Everviolet.
Julie Deck is the founder of Coo Moo Jams.