Below you will find 5 of 15 top female entrepreneurs who own the “Next Big Thing.” Well that’s how I would define it. The list includes a 15 year old top female entrepreneur. Yes, that was not a typo…15 years old. If she can run a multi-million dollar company, it can inspire any woman to take that leap and start their own business. You never know where that business would lead you. The important thing is to get it off the ground.
I’ve only posted 5 of the 15 profiles below. I am adding a link below the article that will take you to the original article where can take a look at the other 10 companies. Go ahead, take a look below at the article I found on the site, Under30Ceo.com… 5 of the 15 top female entrepreneurs and the companies they are building…
Sarah Prevette wanted to find a better way to get answers to her pressing business questions so she started an online community for it called Sprouter. Sprouter is a fast paced environment that focuses on connecting entrepreneurs to socialize and share tips. Sarah has grown Sprouter to 10′s of thousands of users and is backed by angel investors. The community has been featured in numerous publications and is posed to grow as we continue to see growth of online communities and networking.
Ashley started Whateverlife.com back in 2004 at only 14 years old and has been working with websites since the age of 9. The site was meant to provide free Myspace layouts and HTML tutorials for her age group. Now she has turned down offers to buy the company for as much as 1.5 million. According to the site the company receives anywhere from 130,000 – 360,000 daily visitors.
Catherine founded MyYearBook.com with her brother David Cook and has grown it into the most popular teen site in the world and a top 30 website overall. The site boasts over 25 million members since it was founded in 2005 and has revenue of over 24 million. With over $17 million in funding and a passionate user base the two founders look to keep building the platform to serve their community.
Justine Ezarik is the definition of internet celebrity. Justine has over 1.2million Twitter followers, 400,000+ Facebook fans and almost 1 million subscribers to her YouTube channel all from creating viral comic videos online. In 2009 it was estimated her videos had been viewed over 64 million times and she makes over $75,000/year just from YouTube. This celebrity status has also led her to numerous appearances in movies, tv shows, and commercials all while she keeps producing her own videos that brought her to this fame.
FEED is non-profit organization that in only a few years has had a major impact on the world by providing over 50 million meals worldwide. The idea is simple, FEED manufactures and sells reusable bags that resemble feed bags with half of the proceeds going towards feeding the hungry.
Lauren co-founded the company with Ellen Gustafson in 2007 and with a partnership from the United Nations World Food Program is pushing forward by producing more unique bags for people to buy. You can also now buy a variety of other items like bracelets, backpacks, t-shirts and other things at the online store.
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