Emily Weiss, CEO, and Founder of Glossier, built her company from a cosmetic startup to a billion-dollar company in four years.
Glossier is a cosmetic and skincare brand that is centered around the concept of enhancing beauty, not covering it up. The brand targets millennials with
Naomi Keren blends the worlds of fitness and technology with interactive home workout classes. She created Kemtai.
Kemtai brings the gym to your home by using AI to provide technology-based personal training. The unique workout classes are lead by a personal trainer who provides real-time feedback
Summertime fun and ice cream go hand-in-hand. What is a sunny day favorite to many was not readily available to most people back in the 1800s.
Nancy Johnson, a pioneer of fierce fun femmes of summer came and saved the day (and summer) by inventing the
Denise Woodward, former Coca Cola executive and founder of Partake Foods, broke through the barrier for women of color to receive venture funding.
Woodward was inspired to create Partake foods after her daughter had an allergic reaction. Thus creating a cookie that doesn't have the eight
Missing surf and sand this summer? Dawn Watson, creator of Hamptons Spa Sand brings the East End beach vibe to bathrooms everywhere. No traffic or travel risk.
Hamptons Spa Sand is inspired by the popular beach resort and the scents of Rosé, Hydrangea, Beach, Sunset, and Sunrise
According to Business Insider, there are 12.3 million women-owned businesses in the United States. Here are there tips, tricks, and strategies to succeed as a woman business owner and entrepreneur.
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Leigh Vickery, owner and recipe creator of Queso Mama is a single mom of two that succeeded in her passion, Queso Mama while also working as Chief Innovation Strategist.
Now with her company expanding, Queso Mama is sold in 32 states and globally into South Korea, she
Fact: There are over 9 million women-owned companies in the United States
What should you do? Find a support group (sheBOOM)! The number of women-owned companies is continuing to increase and it is more important than ever to support your fellow female founders. Spread your wisdom and together
Fact: Less than 10% of venture capital from 2009-2015 went to female-owned companies.
What Should You Do? Explore your options! Even though 10% is an extremely low number, there are still a lot of ways you can find funding. Here are 50 ways sheBOOMers can fund their business.
Finding reliable resources for women entrepreneurs can be extremely difficult. Thankfully, Mashable compiled a list of 10 resources including radio shows, funds, and entrepreneurship centers to help out sheBOOMers!