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Female Founders News #5 – July 2023

Female Founders News #5 – July 2023

In the news: startups taking on new approaches to address female-related health issues; startup support organisations to reach out to to access expert support, new markets and investors; new startup launches; and more.

Female Founders News #4 – June 2023

Female Founders News #4 – June 2023

Female-led startups, particularly those developing solutions for a sustainable future, reached
remarkable milestones in June – some raised funds, while others won award competitions or
launched new solutions in the market.

360 degree online shopping – A how-to guide to success – Olga Burfan

360 degree online shopping – A how-to guide to success – Olga Burfan

Philipp Patrick Hannes Plein built up a global fashion empire within 15 years. The Munich born lawyer (born 1978), who started his design career by creating furniture, sold his first fashion piece in Paris in 2006. Everything began with vintage military jackets, decorated with glamorous Swarovski skulls. Today also celebrities and Hollywood A-listers love Philipp Plein.

Female Founders News #3 – May 2023

Female Founders News #3 – May 2023

There are currently several organisations across Switzerland that are dedicated to supporting female entrepreneurship in Switzerland. Given their mutual objective to boost female entrepreneurship through various offers, from training to investing in their ventures, these organisations ought to unite and jointly achieve a greater impact.

Female Founders News #2 – April 2023

Female Founders News #2 – April 2023

This month’s news featured 13 female-led startups, with each reporting a different achievement ranging from product launches, and participation in acceleration and business development programs to closing financing rounds, attracting experienced leaders and having Switzerland’s retail giants place their products on their shelves.

Female Founders News #1 – March 2023

Female Founders News #1 – March 2023

Since International Women’s Day on 8 March, several organisations, leaders and ambassadors of diversity, equality and inclusion in the Swiss startup ecosystem have come out to celebrate women and raise awareness of the gaps that need to be closed.

“It’s nobody’s fault when someone dies”

“It’s nobody’s fault when someone dies”

Märtha Louise (51) was born into the Norwegian Royal Family as the oldest child of King Harald and Queen Sonja.
By stepping out of the traditional way of embracing her royal role by being an entrepreneur with several
startups, she is inspiring people all over the world to follow their true calling in life regardless of their background.

A Guide to Ultimate Growth by Maria Sirois

A Guide to Ultimate Growth by Maria Sirois

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is pretty well known since the 1970s due to the diagnoses of the U.S. military of the Vietnam War.
Post Traumatic Growth (PTG) is a concept describing a positive psychological change experienced as a result of struggling with a highly challenging or traumatic circumstance.

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