Despite being underrepresented in most aspects of personal and professional lives, women around the world are rapidly catching up to men. Women are effective communicators, excel at building workplace relationships, solve problems, and have splendid emotional intelligence. So it’s no wonder that so many of today’s most interesting and influential businesses have been founded by women. Business having their domains from art, technology, consultations, pet industry, restaurants, beauty products to much more diverse fields, women have their footprints everywhere. Here is a list of a few such businesses by women changing the world one day at a time.
Dame Anita Roddick – The Body Shop
When Dame Anita Roddick created The Body Shop in 1976, it was a pioneer in using natural ingredients in beauty products. The bath-and-body-product idea was successful, and she opened a second shop six months later. It started out well, quickly growing to become one of the most well-known labels on the High Street by the 1980s. She soon established The Body Shop’s franchise scheme, which has resulted in the opening of stores all over the world. Body Shop never was an average cosmetics company. This business as stated by Anita Roddick is a force for good, the empowerment of women and girls, and the implanting the moral for everyone is beautiful.
Carson – Kinect Solar
Carson founded Kinect Solar in 2015 based on her insights, industry skills, and brokering abilities and her sister, Annie. Her foresight was right. Kinect Solar grew at a rate of 2,811 percent between 2015 and 2019. On the 2019 Inc 5,000 ranking, Kinect Solar ranked as the 162nd fastest-growing private sector. Kinect is a profitable company that provides inventory resale, sourcing, and logistics services. Moreover, It is ranked 20th in the fastest growing female company category and 4th in the energy market. To sum up, Carson’s business is just going to get bigger, paving the way for more female-led renewable power companies to follow.
Loren Brill – Sweet Loren’s
Loren Brill is an entrepreneur with a quest to make healthy eating more enjoyable and affordable. She had to exclude most dairy, artificial, and heavily refined foods after beating cancer after college. She created her own recipes because she couldn’t find enough to please her sweet tooth. That’s how Sweet Loren’s was born. Sweet Loren’s is a clean food CPG brand that is redefining what it means to be affordable, delicious, and environmentally friendly. Her first product line is a place-and-bake cookie dough that is edible. Sweet Loren’s ranked #114 on the Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest-growing private businesses in 2019. Brill was named to the Inc. Female Founders 100 for 2019, who aims to create America’s most creative companies.
The Universe is a silent witness watching over the woman grow above horizons, races, and pre-defined opinions. None of the above-mentioned women had easier paths, they made it through obstacles that were waiting to humiliate and disregard them. Self-belief and self-worth have immense roles to play when it comes to businesses. We pray that the person reading this might get inspired to follow her dreams and start her own new venture.