Successful Female Founders in 2019
Sweet Loren's by Loren Brill
After battling with cancer at a very young age, Loren decided to enjoy her life unapologetically fulfilling. She completely changed her diet, cut off processed foods full of sugar. But the struggle was real! Once savoring supermarket sweets, the female founder couldn’t find alternatives with healthy product composition. So, she decided to create her natural cookies and brownies. Today its gluten and nuts free cookie dough is number 1 product and spread in 10,000 stores in the country. The revenue of this female entrepreneurship has increased to $6.4M and showed 3,026% in a three-year growth.
NOM (Not Ordinary Media) by Loren Rochelle and Brent Neill
When social media and YouTube were growing fast, ads companies became more involved in promoting brands on platforms. However, new ways of targeting brands were unclear at the beginning. It was hard to track the disposition of ads and consequent interactions on the viewers’ side. When a female founder realized that companies couldn’t provide effective advertisements, Loren and her co-worker decided to start their agency. Not only they developed campaign-tracking software for clients, but new agency enabled customers to micro-target their campaigns transparently.
NOM was born with only $4,000 in startup cash, and by 2019 it became one of the fast-growing companies in the US.
Seedstars World by Alisée de Tonnac
After spending one year of traveling the world, Alisée noticed the wide unfulfilled economic potential in emerging markets. When a female founder came back home, to Switzerland, she dedicated a good minute to creating an investment company. Now Seedstars World curates deal flows in more than 75 emerging markets. The company offers 3 different invest packages to develop economic stability in vulnerable markets. Her main goal is to increase competition in more than 100 cities, and she is getting there!
Bloomer Tech by Alicia Chong Rodriguez, Aceil Halaby, and Monica Abarca
Sometimes you wonder are there any technological advances that solely contribute to women’s health? Bloomer Tech is one of them. 3 courageous and tech-savvy female founders came up with a bra that can measure your pulse. Seamlessly embedded tech in an undergarment reads metrics such as the electrocardiogram, respiratory rate, and heart rhythm. Such blooming startup is only gaining momentum in 2019, but surely serves a bright example of female entrepreneurship by Alicia Chong Rodriguez, Aceil Halaby, and Monica Abarca.
LadyBoss by Kaelin Tuell Poulin
Great ideas sometimes come from intense life experiences. Kaelin’s story of success is one of them. When New Mexico-based female founder was just 19 years old, she was diagnosed with clinical obesity. Over one year she lost 29 kilograms and reshaped her physical lifestyle. Who knew that such an event in her life would be a pivotal moment to become an entrepreneur? Kaelin founded LadyBoss, weight-loss business, a perfect mix of fitness and nutrition assistance for women to lose kilos. This year the company is on track to revenue between $40 and $50 million.