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Female Startup Club

Female Startup Club

Want access to the best knowledge, tips, tactics, and strategies from the world's most exciting (and successful) entrepreneurs - who happen to be women? Read on... We started the Female Startup Club podcast to bring you insights and learnings from the world’s most successful female founders, entrepreneurs, and women in business. This is a space for women-in-progress to learn through insightful episodes, be inspired, and take action to get what you want out of your startup.We’re on a mission to help women build impactful eCommerce and direct-to-consumer businesses through inspirational and practical content. More than a podcast, Female Startup Club is an educational platform that provides insightful podcasts and technical business courses. The startup series has grown into one of the top 0.5% of podcasts listened to globally and became a top 10 podcast for Entrepreneurship in the US that impacts thousands of small business owners every day. Inspiration for the podcast came from reading Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss and loving the way men share so directly, that no BS approach. We wanted to hear that same business perspective from women. No fluff. (Btw, the book is awesome but it lacks the female perspective). Enter Female Startup Club. What started as quick video interviews with women chatting about their CPG and DTC businesses on social media turned into a thriving startup podcast. Now just over a year in we’ve done 330+ episodes with some of the world’s most exciting female entrepreneurs who share their direct insights, learnings, eCommerce tactics, and strategies in business to help other founders who are trying to figure startup life out and navigate the entrepreneurial path. We’re totally bias, but it’s really cool. Even though it’s an interview-style show, it’s really just two women having a girlfriend-to-girlfriend chat about how she’s built her business. It’s like meeting an interesting founder at a party, being genuinely curious about what they’re doing, and excited to understand the why and how of their entrepreneurial journey. We like to think of Female Startup Club as your Hype Girl. We show that it’s possible and give you the motivation, tools, and resources you need to keep going in business.Today, we have the luxury of talking to some of the most inspiring women in the female entrepreneurial space three times a week through the Female Startup Club podcast. From Blueland’s Sarah Paiji Yoo-, to Rowena Bird from LUSH Cosmetics and further big names such as Gretta van Riel, Sandy Lin, Mimi Ikonn, and Nadya Okamoto. When you zoom out to the big picture, there are clear patterns among the startup growth paths and tactics of these various women, despite coming from vastly different stories and businesses. All these founder conversations have led to a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the realities of starting an eCommerce business in today’s climate. We’ve been told over and over again by these women that they’re happy to share their startup journeys so deeply because they wish there had been a platform like this when they were starting out. If we can show other women-in-progress that anyone can do it,- and that we all start from the same place (an idea!), we can empower women to dream big and think bigger.But above all, at Female Startup Club we truly believe the opportunities arising from knowledge sharing in the female entrepreneurial community to be limitless. Something we strive to do every day is to create a network of powerful women who want to learn and share, to collect learnings, insights, and strategies, and create useful-, valuable content relevant to the DTC, CPG, eCommerce space. ⁣Hold each other up, share our ideas with our community, and expand your businesses and minds. For this, we are extremely proud to be official supporters of the Malala Fund, donating a portion of our sales to the non-profit working for a world where every girl can learn and lead. Learn more at: Femalestartupclub.com
Episodes
6 Quick Questions with Lizanne Falsetto, Founder of thinkThin® and betterland foods™. (part 2)May 31, 2022 Episode artwork Lizanne Falsetto on selling thinkThin® for $217 million & how she’s starting all over again with betterland foods™ to disrupt the future of food (part 1)May 30, 2022 Episode artwork 6 Quick Questions with Katie Spies, Founder of Maev (part 2)May 27, 2022 Episode artwork Disrupting a category, acquiring customers at scale through guerrilla marketing & a $9m raise with Maev Founder Katie Spies (part 1)May 26, 2022 Episode artwork What I’ve learned from 7 successful female founders in the beverage space May 23, 2022 Episode artwork 6 Quick Questions with Kayla Castañeda, Founder of Agua Bonita(part 2)May 21, 2022 Episode artwork Coca Cola ripped off this Latina-run beverage brand and we’re mad, with Agua Bonita’s co-founder Kayla CastañedaMay 20, 2022 Episode artwork 6 Quick Questions with Sarah Ashcroft, Founder of SLA The Label (part 2)May 19, 2022 Episode artwork From fashion blog to £5 million fashion empire at 28, this is Sarah Ashcroft's inspiring story (part 1)May 18, 2022 Episode artwork 7 learnings from the biggest names in beautyMay 13, 2022 Episode artwork 6 Quick Questions with Lilly Sparks, Founder of Afterglow (part 2)May 11, 2022 Episode artwork Lilly Sparks built a Ghee company from $0-$10M in just 4 years before changing directions and launching her ethical porn site, afterglow (part 1)May 10, 2022 Episode artwork The story of how Nitasha Mehta decided to fight the “Pink Tax” with the help of her employer, Boxed, & saved their customers who identify as women more than $2 millon dollars in the processMay 09, 2022 Episode artwork My 7 worst business mistakes that cost me thousands of dollarsMay 06, 2022 Episode artwork 6 Quick Questions with Lisa Guerrera, Founder of Experiment Beauty (part 2)May 05, 2022 Episode artwork Selling out her first 1500 units, raising $1m in capital and dealing with a nightmare manufacturer; Lisa Guerrera from Experiment Beauty dishes all (part 1) May 04, 2022 Episode artwork 6 Quick Questions with Galyn Bernard, Founder of Primary (part 2)May 03, 2022 Episode artwork This founder scaled her business from $1-$50M, here’s her blueprint with Primary’s Galyn Bernard (part 1)May 02, 2022 Episode artwork Fave Hits: 6 Quick Questions with Denetrias Charlemagne , Co Founder of AVEC Drinks (part 2)April 28, 2022 Episode artwork Fave Hits: How she sold 100,000 units in her first year of business, with AVEC's Denetrias Charlemagne (part 1)April 27, 2022 Episode artwork Fave Hits: 6 Quick Questions with Alexandra Fine, Founder of Dame (part 2)April 26, 2022 Episode artwork Fave Hits: She sued the New York Subway to make a stand for women’s pleasure & now she’s here to tell us what really went down (and how much the legal fees cost!) with Dame Founder Alexandra Fine (part 1)April 25, 2022 Episode artwork Fave Hits: 5 steps to building an impactful community in 2021 with tips from ex Glossier community lead Kim Johnson (solo episode)April 22, 2022 Episode artwork Fave Hits: 6 Quick Questions with Mimi Ikonn, Founder of Intelligent Change (part 2)April 21, 2022 Episode artwork Fave Hits: Mimi Ikonn on selling more than 1,000,000 units of The 5 Minute Journal (& why Tim Ferris uses it daily) (part 1)April 20, 2022 Episode artwork