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!

Harriet Alida Lye: Her Royal Majesty

To create and cultivate local and international communities; to connect passionate artists and writers; to get practical experience editing and publishing a magazine.

Cecile DeMartini: Beach Butlerz

Ultimate succes to me is achieving a balanced life where the business is prospering on its own, my family is healthy and happy, I’m healthy and happy, and my husband and I are happy in our careers and relationship.

Jodi Goodfellow: Fashion Forward

It makes me happy every time I see new items posted on the website – because I realize that my idea is being utilized to help others Forward their Fashion and BE Fashion Forward!

Jennifer Daly: Kinespirit

I define success as being able to touch people’s lives in a meaningful and positive way. This encompasses clients feeling good about their bodies, and also teachers feeling good about their skills.

Cathy Key: Keynote Networks

Success is creating win-win outcomes for everyone involved – our staff, clients, the company, our families, friends and the community. Working from a win-win ultimately creates strong and long-lasting relationships.

Luisa Alberto: Sōw

I started Sōw because I saw a lack of fresh juice options in my community. I wanted to showcase the beauty and simplicity of nature’s bounty and exalt it in the same way we do specialty coffee and artisanal cocktails.

Marja Toan: ZweetSport

We are two best friends who decided that our wardrobes were suffering on the account of little, to no “REAL” hot yoga apparel. Thus, ZweetSport was born.