Tag: Female Founders

Female Founders Share Tips for Launching a New Business

Launching a new business is not easy, never mind bringing to market an entirely new product or service.  Joanna Parker could hardly believe that when she landed a deal for her new company, Yumble Kids, from Bethenny Frankel on Shark Tank. However, It was not just Shark Tank or Bethanny Frankel that made Yumble Kids successful. It was Parker’s foresight to test the market before…

Business Mogul Bobbi Brown Shares How To Build A Legacy

When hustle meets determination, perseverance leads the way. Maintaining a positive brand reputation decade after decade means focusing on being conscious of one’s brand. Bobbi Brown, a business mogul, understands not only how to build a legacy but how to build thriving companies. Most know the infamous entrepreneur from her company Bobbi Brown Essentials, which was acquired by Estee Lauder…

How Model Alexandra Cristin Built An 8-Figure Empire

Seven years ago, plus-size model Alexandra Cristin was watching her favorite YouTuber at her apartment when she decided to start selling hair extensions online. Today, she owns and operates one of the leading seamless hair extension brands in the beauty industry, Glam Seamless. Glam Seamless is an eight-figure company that offers more than 100 color options for high-quality hair extensions in…

The Business Of Breastfeeding: The CEOs Redefining Motherhood

Breastfeeding offers plenty of health benefits both for the baby and the mother. When it’s time to go back to the office, many mothers wish to continue providing their offspring with their milk. This transition, however, presents plenty of challenges due to the lack of infrastructure and innovative products to support mothers returning to work in corporate America. Typical current scenarios include…

Leadership Feature: Sarah Kunst Invests in Female Entrepreneurship

Leadership Feature: Sarah Kunst’s Venture Capital Fund Invests in Female Entrepreneurship. Anyone who’s ever tried to launch their own business understands that the startup world can be a tough space. But if you’re a woman, specifically a woman of color, looking to invest in a business, the industry often proves to be even harder; nonprofit organization All Raise reports that only 11 percent…

7 Successful Women on the “Mistakes” That Changed Their Careers

Making mistakes is inevitable. From the little hiccups—like hitting “reply” instead of “forward”—to years-long regrets like spending too much time in a just-okay job, those missteps can seem like the end of the world. They rarely are, though; just ask these seven women. Now, they’re leading successful teams and able to look back and see that the journey wasn’t perfect…

Tracee Ellis Ross launch Pattern, a New Hair product line with New Curl Range

Tracee Ellis Ross launch “Pattern” hair product. The natural texture and curly hair care market has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years, but it hasn’t yet had it’s Fenty Beauty moment. That is, until Tracee Ellis Ross’s announcement that she will be unveiling a new range of haircare that caters specifically to ‘curly, coily and tight-textured hair’. This could well be…