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Pocket Sun started SoGal as a community group to support young female entrepreneurs. Eight years later, it's now SoGal Ventures — a venture capital fund that invests in early-stage tech and eCommerce startups led by women. Find out why she's betting big on women founders.
Women's hair removal brand Athena Club recently expanded their D2C presence, launching their line in Target stores and on the retailer's website. For Co-Founder Maria Desmarais, this represents an exciting new chapter for her brand, and new ways to think product marketing.
Apparel brand Universal Standard has long celebrated inclusivity, but with their new See It In Your Size functionality, shoppers can see bestselling products on models in every size from US 00 to 40. For CEO and Co-Founder Polina Veksler, this represents a natural expansion of the brand's purpose.
Meet Somdutta Singh, the founder of Assiduus Global Inc — an AI-powered cross-border eCommerce accelerator dedicated to end-to-end distribution and supply chain management. She offers lessons and advice for women looking to break through tech’s glass ceiling.
After being diagnosed with breast cancer and undergoing chemotherapy, Dianne Austin began losing her hair from the treatment. And when she couldn’t find an afro-textured wig that resembled her natural hair, an eCommerce business was born, to help other women fighting the same battle.