“I wanted to create a place where mothers could bring their children in and decorate cupcakes.”
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!
Human health is at stake if we continue to consume the way we consume. The toxicity of what we do and the volume of what we do is not sustainable.
We started out of the desire to have frozen convenient foods for busy people like us that didn’t have any ridiculous ingredients or flavor additives.
If we can design and retail clothing for pets, why can’t we design and retail clothing for people with physical disabilities?
Blessed Charm evolved after consistently being asked where others could obtain the jewelry I wear. Designing came naturally to me at a young age.
As an avid triathlete and Parsons alumni, I wanted to combine both loves and create a business that gives women more options to feel and look great during training and racing.
My seven year old niece came up with a brilliant idea for an interchangeable fashion headband.
For me, it was time to use my right brain as well as my left-brain, and I launched my own business to combine process and creativity in planning events for corporate customers.
Jessica L. Porter: Porter Contemporary– Supporting Art That Pushes Boundaries And The Emerging Artists
I knew a lot of great artists without representation and had a lot of private clients looking for great art…I figured, I’ll just open a gallery and it will be so easy!
Provide technology educational opportunities to the underserved, which will result in entry level careers in any industry that utilizes technology.
The flexibility and independence of being an entrepreneur had always appealed to me and aligned naturally with my personality and strengths.
I developed my own company GRACESHIP, taking the concept of ” a laptop purse” and turning it into a stylish and functional bag that any business woman would be proud to carry.
One day I received that dreaded “six months to live” diagnosis from my doctor and he put me on disability since I was no longer able to continue to work.
Focus on providing highly selective specialty engineering design and consulting services to our clients without being inhibited by large companies’ bureucracy and cumulative overhead costs.
ClickStartMe began with a desire to restore the American Dream. People have become disenchanted since 2008.