Emanuela Loppo’s company Mastra Ma’ makes comfortable high-end shoes for working women.
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!
Sharon Blumberg is coaching entrepreneurs of all ages through her business I’m Not Done Yet.
Scilla Andreen created IndieFlix to support films that create positive change in the world.
Sue Frecklington’s quilt company Granny Maud and the Old Grump donates its profits to medical research to help a cherished family across the pond.
Jennifer Young’s online marketplace What’s Good sells green products for the home and office.
Diane Ward makes custom keepsake bears and cushions through her company Bee Belles Keepsakes.
Mandy Jane Gregory runs her mobile gift shop Lucy Locket’s Studio in a retro caravan.
Anushka Jain’s Share At Door Step collects second hand goods straight from your doorstep and gets them to NGOs across India.
Amy Searle creates colorful decorative objects through her online store Rainbow Poochy.
Olga Alexander is an installation artist who transforms her large works into pieces for her jewelry line Nodes Collection.
Antoinette Marie Johnson’s creative agency Cohere has transformed over 8M square feet of space in communities across America with projects in real estate, hospitality and food.
Celia Gaze is the founder of the magical and quirky wedding venue The Wellbeing Farm.
Annette Klososky is thriving as the founder and CEO of Survey Saurus, helping organizations harness their own data.
Menaca Pothalingham is a survivor of the Sri Lankan Civil War who works coaching others in resiliency.
Jessica Thiefels’ consulting firm gives her the freedom to design her life according to her own rules.