Startup Digest

Women Entrepreneurship

March 04, 2016

The Women in Entrepreneurship reading list is a curated list containing morsels relating to women founders and leaders.

Women Entrepreneurship Startup Digest is curated by:
Babs Lee

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Lilibeth Gangas

Lilibeth Gangas - Accenture Open Innovation | SW DC

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Women-Owned Businesses Are The Future: Here's Why And How We Can Get There Faster

Jean Tang

Jean Tang is a owner of a service business MarketSmiths, and has recently contributed to Forbes on articles relating to scaling a business. Through the process she interviewed a few women entrepreneurs with million dollar businesses. She's learned a ton on scaling a business, and this article contains her top takeaways on scaling a business from a the perspective of woman entrepreneurs.

What It’s Really Like to Risk It All in Silicon Valley

Claire Cane Miller

An entrepreneur's journey is unique. Some times the best lessons are learned from the experiences of another entrepreneur. This article is about the journey of Natalie Miller, founder of Doxa. She left a cushy job as employee number 20 at Instacart to start her startup. Perhaps there are morsels which you can take away from this article, for better or worst. 

Tech Women Choose Possibility

Sukhinder Singh Cassidy

Tech women choose possibility, data shows that the number of female tech entrepreneurs have been growing in absolute numbers. This article by Sukhinder Cassidy refreshingly reminds us that there are many successful women entrepreneurs that are founders and CEOs of tech startups. 

How This Power Mom Disrupted the $121 Billion Skin Care Industry From Her Kitchen

Maisie Devine

Meet Funlayo Alabi. She needed a natural and effective solution for her son's eczema. So she turned a tried-and-true West African remedy with shea butter, in her kitchen, into a skin care company. Her bootstrapped company is positioned to make $300 million by 2020. 

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