The Female Founders Network Podcast is a global, women-only entrepreneurial and leadership podcast sponsored by Invoice2go. In each episode, we highlight the interview of an entrepreneur, small business owner, or industry leader we admire, helping them share their story and offer tips and tricks to our listeners. The Female Founders Network features guests from all over the world. It is hosted by Nat Brown, Invoice2go's American-born brand marketing leader, and Sylvie Hall, the UK-born owner of boutique social media firm Vibal Agency.
Moving Across the World and Launching a Startup Marketing Consultancy with Marielle Reussink
In today’s episode we’re speaking with international marketer and start-up consultant Marielle Reussink - who moved from South Africa to Singapore and set up her marketing agency The EMMS. Focusing on start-up and small businesses, Marielle shares her advice on marketing for start-ups and what to include in your marketing plan as a small business. We hope you enjoy the episode.
Building a Successful Science and Tech Marketing Agency with Jenn LeBlanc
Today we’re speaking with Jenn LeBlanc - a scientist turned tech marketer and the founder of Think Results Marketing and Changing Tides Movement. Jenn shares her unique and inspiring story on how she founded her businesses as well as some unmissable advice on how to have a successful campaign or product launch. Please leave us a review on iTunes or Spotify if you’re enjoying the podcast so far! We’d love to hear from you. We hope you enjoy the episode.
Founding a Company To Help Children Cope with Medical Concerns with Sarah Cummings
Today we’re speaking with Sarah Cummings, the founder of Teach Ted - a digital health startup, which uses storytelling and “learning-through-play” techniques to take the fear out of new experiences for kids and families. Sarah tells us how she went from a full time job and chronic state of stress, to following her passion and why serendipity is her favourite word. We hope you enjoy this episode,
Building a Diversity and Inclusion Consultation Business with Manpreet Dhillon
Today we’re going to talk about diversity and inclusion with Manpreet Dhillon, a consultant who works with cities, companies and organisations to create more equitable environments and operations at every level. In this episode, we’ll chat about the current state of inclusion, strategies to create more equitable workplaces, culture “adding” instead of culture “fitting,” and the evolution of workplace conditions for women. We hope you enjoy the episode.
Building a Successful Online Store Through Influencer Marketing with Yen Japney
Today we’re speaking with Yen Japney, a serial entrepreneur and founder of two successful e-commerce businesses; billionairebeauties.com and Curve Sculpting. Yen share’s the story of her family’s financial and personal struggles and how the work ethic her mom instilled in her from a young age, led to her motivation and ambition to grow her online businesses. We also discuss how Yen was able to systemise her businesses so that she could hire and train staff in order to scale them successfully.
Patriarchy, Explained — How Glass Ceilings Came to Exist and How We Can Shatter Them with Nat and Sylvie
We hope you had a great International Women's Month! We get a lot of questions about glass ceilings – how they came to exist and why society puts up barriers for women in the first place. For those of you who weren't gender studies majors, we've put together this easy overview of the history of patriarchy in society, as well as what other options might look like, and things we can all do to create a more equal society for all genders.
Great topics and speakers
Just started listening! Great topics and very relevant to any women wanting to run their own business or need motivation. Loving the hosts as well!
A really great mix of guests so far and inspiring to listen to. Keep them coming
Such an amazing concept
Love having a podcast that celebrates women all over the world - not just one country!