The term ‘entrepreneur’ immediately brings in mind the image of a suave gentleman in smart attire, his body language exuding confidence. No more! Women are very much here to dominate the business sector. Being ably supported by crowdfunding campaigns, smart and talented women are ready to turn their business ideas into successful ventures. Let’s take a look at four women entrepreneurs who started own business and became successful too, without having fund of their own.
1. Cynthia Schames – the founder and CEO of Abbeypost
She sold technology and how! She invented an algorithmic custom clothing production platform that uses very simple user-submitted data points and statistical models. The ultimate aim remains is to present plus-size women with a delightful wardrobe classics experience.
2. Mallory Brown – Philanthropist and director of CrowdRise 24-hours impact project
She is young, enthusiastic and willing to travel any length to fulfil her social entrepreneurial dreams. As a part of the latest fundraising project CrowdRise 24-Hour Impact, she sets up ambitious goals to raise funds to support philanthropic efforts around the world. She is the true motivator who inspires people to take risks, think big and live life with a purpose
3. Blythe Hill – The president and founder of Dressember Foundation
As the founder and CEO of Dressember Foundation, Blythe Hill works towards raising awareness, support and funding for anti-trafficking activities. Till date, thousands of supporters from over 100 countries have raised over $3 million USD to support anti-trafficking work globally.
4. Laura Wagner – the founder and CEO of Digitzs Solution
This resourceful, strategic visionary presents a hassle-free and profitable payment facilitation solution that helps build up payment into apps, platform or marketplace. She is a strong communicator and problem solver who successfully founded and completed other start-up projects like the Clever Group, PayRover and OTC Innovations.