Category: profiles

[PWWWS: Ashley Colpaart]

Ashley Colpaart is the vibrant and inspirational founder of The Food Corridor.  This once unassuming venture is now the world’s largest platform connecting food entrepreneurs to rentable kitchen space. According to thekitchendoor.com, The Food Corridor is also the #1 search engine for available and share-use commercial kitchen space. So, if you would like to rent …

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[PWWWS: Katariina Rantanen]

Katariina Rantanen, founder of CosmEthics, is an entrepreneur who believes in purpose-driven businesses that put mission and social purpose first. The company has built an application, which is free for consumers, to help make healthier cosmetic choices by reading the barcode of a product. A native Finn, she was brought up in the UK, and …

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[PWWWS: Sandra Rey]

Sandra Rey is an entrepreneur that will light up your life – both with the force of her personality and the bioluminescence tech she hopes will replace conventional lighting. Sandra had originally aspired to work in fashion and attended Strate School of Design in Paris – the place to be for those with a passion …

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[PWWWS: Ayah Bdeir]

Playfulness, intelligence, and creativity are at the core of everything Ayah has achieved. As a child, she enjoyed taking her toys apart to investigate how they fit together and functioned. As she grew older, Ayah turned her love of engineering into something much more serious. After gaining a BA in Computer Engineering & Sociology, she …

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[PWWWS: Shama Sukul-Lee]

An experienced software programmer and product architect, Shama has developed a rare combined skillset of software development, technical architecture, product management and commercial strategy, built through extensive hands-on experience. Her strong technical know-how to understand the design, engineering and business elements of products, complemented with her commercial experience in business strategy, and building and managing …

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[PWWWS: Monica Vaksdal]

If Norway is ever able to reduce its reliance on oil and gas, it will have people like Monica Vaksdal to thank for the post-oil economy that might emerge. Monica is a trained geologist who has worked with the world’s leading oil companies. Her knowledge of the cutting edge technologies deployed in this sector  – …

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[PWWWS: Aheda Zanetti]

In her forties and married with four children, Aheda talks often about growing up in an Australia that posed a lot of challenges for a young, Muslim, Arabic girl. As an active person, who liked to participate in community activities and sport, she found herself restricted due to her cultural and religious beliefs. As years …

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[PWWWS: Lauren Schulte]

For many women around the globe, finding the right feminine products is not easy. Most women have to settle for what is on the market, often dealing with items that don’t fit quite right, causing leaks, chafing, and stress. Lauren Shulte suffered the same frustrations and more, with each period being followed by a yeast …

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[PWWWS: Leah Bessa]

Leah Bessa is a stirring South Africa woman who has taken a big step outside of many comfort zones when it comes to changing the world’s eating habits and saving the planet. Her plan is for all of us to eat more insects and she has created delicious products for her company, Gourmet Grubb, to …

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[PWWWS: Inbar Carmel]

Inbar is an entrepreneur, fashion-tech expert, mentor, and the CEO & Co-Founder of the startup Infimé. She’s also been cited as one of ‘The promising entrepreneurs of 2017’ by Globes Financial Magazine Inbar’s passion for helping women achieve confidence and personalization while shopping online led her to found Infimé. She wanted to create a new …

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