Female Entrepreneurs: Page 9
In her monthly column for 'Entrepreneur,' Brit Morin explains what a successful pitch looks like -- and how to give one in less than 30 seconds.
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The CEO of Bank al Etihad, who was recently elected to be the Chairwoman of the Board of Directors at Endeavor Jordan, is eager to help boost her country's startup ecosystem.
Teaming up with Emad Khaffaf, a beauty industry expert, Al Sheikhly took three whole years to test and refine her future product- the timeframe is worth noting since mascaras usually take between six and 12 months to be developed and released into a market.
The serial entrepreneur, television host, and makeup artist gets candid about the struggles she has had to face in her journey so far and explains why her hard work has gotten her to where she is today.
After noticing that other companies were disinterested in smaller jobs and renovations, Lasenta Lewis-Ellis started a small business firm that specializes in facility maintenance and sustainability.
In terms of advice for fellow mothers and women, we'd like them to understand that contrary to traditional opinion, we can have it all. The world we live in, especially post-pandemic, has given us all impetus to think outside the box.
Dubai-Based Lunchbox Startup Citron Eyes Up Asia And Europe Markets As It Raises Pre-Series A Investment From Arzan Venture Capital
The funding is a "sizeable seven-figure dollar" investment, and will be used to further growth and product development.
Shining A Light On The UAE's Culture: VIP & Protocol Events Management Makes A Mark As The First All-Emirati Events Management Company
In addition to the basic services of events management, VIP & Protocol also organizes training sessions where international clients can get a better understanding of the country's culture and etiquettes.
For Founder Ghada Al Subaey, Qatar-Born Ready-To-Wear Label 1309 Is "Not Just Another Fashion Brand"
"1309 is more than just a fashion brand. It is a concept, a community we are trying to build, values that we are trying to promote."
The Winners Of The TiE Women Global Pitch Competition Share Their Thoughts On Building A More Equitable Startup Ecosystem
66% of women entrepreneurs find difficulty in obtaining funding, which is what led TiE to launch the TiE Women Global Pitch Competition to support female founders.
2020 was a hugely challenging year but, personally, in a lot of ways, the period has proved to be hugely rewarding.
A new startup, Bookends, homegrown in the UAE, offers a digital platform to buy and sell secondhand books, with shipping and delivery available all over the UAE.
While we're still lightyears away from where we need to be for true equality, there are venture capitalists and founders alike who are truly changing the tide.
On top of that, she was a Black woman. The St. Luke Penny Savings Bank became a catalyst for economic advancement in the Black community.