Rita Crompton helps inventors succeed through her business FLeCusa International.
Your Stories, Your Words: The Latest From the 1,000+ Stories Project
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!
Erin Pitkethly opened Robinsong Health to help patients suffering from diabetes manage their health with a low carb diet.
Dr. Tamie Jovanelly leads study abroad trips to Iceland through her tour company Iceland Geology Tours.
Celeste Durve and Kelsi Kitchener started their front of house logistics company VIPER by KCH to fill a need and to bring more women into high power positions in the nightlife industry.
Aparna Rajawat founded Pink Belt Mission to teach women about their legal rights, safety techniques and tools for dealing with abuse.
Cynthia Coutu teaches Champagne masterclasses for women through her Paris-based company Delectabulles.
Liz Roncevic Started Bizmap to help business owners focus on what they do best.
As a Nurse She Spent Years Taking Care of People – Now She’s Providing Counseling Services for Women in Need
Trenee’ Zweigle is helping women improve their lives through her organization Awesome Women Today.
Chloe Euale is connecting freelancers and small businesses connect through her agency Scatter Marketing.
She Was Diagnosed with a Life-Changing Neurological Disorder. Now She’s Helping Others Take Control of Their Health
Jordan Ray started Limitless Medical Logs to help patients battling health conditions track their pain and symptoms.
Nesh Pillay is integrating social responsibility into her Marketing & PR firm Press Pillay.
Shayna Brazier is helping women with work history gaps gain long term employment through her nonprofit Women in Pants.
Tami Matheny is a mental coach who specializes in helping athletes through her business Refuse 2 Loose Coaching.
Irivwegu Imade Ovuakpor is promoting healthy living through her social enterprise Healthy Moms and Kids Africa.
Melanie Dellas & Karen Lacy have tapped into a niche and underserved industry – artefact conservation.