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Want to be a woman entrepreneur? Here are 6 women entrepreneurs you should start following right now!

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Strong Ladies.

Successful Women Entrepreneurs. Image Credits: SheThePeople

Each time a woman stands up for herself, she stands up for all women.

– Maya Angelon

 

She’s a strong cup of black coffee in a world that is drunk on the cheap wine of shallow love. Yes, she’s a lady! From being a daughter, a sister, a wife to being a mother, she has always played a perfect role in her life and when it comes to taking risks, she retains all such power to confront it.

Here, we will be talking about some very successful woman entrepreneurs who took risks in their lives and today doing well enough with their ongoing ventures. If you wanna be one of them then come let’s learn about their stories.

1. Angel Quintana

Female entrepreneur.

Angel Quintana. Image Credits: amazon.com

Woman entrepreneur Angel Quintana is a business astrologer, apothecary, the chief instructor of Higher Calling School of Business and founder of Holistic Fashionista Magazine and Temple.
Supporting holistic businesses around the globe in the growth of their online brands since 2010, Angel is someone who is passionate about finding contentment in the 5th-dimensional living. She loves sharing the strategies she herself used to grow her own business so that your startup can touch the heights of glory.

The former fashion designer has written several books on business, holistic healing, and self-development. She is a Los Angeles Business Journal rising star nominee for Women Making a Difference award in 2016. 

2. Maria Kritikos

The powerful mom.

Maria Kritikos. Image Credits: Vancouver Mom

Woman entrepreneur Maria Kritikos is a lifelong entrepreneur with a strong passion for educating, connecting and empowering women. Within a few years since she has launched the Ladies Who Lunch Network, Maria was successful in expanding her dream project across the corners of the globe, gathering members from Vancouver to New York to the UK!

She is the host of HangoutWithMaria, and mentor at the popular CoachWithMaria online program. All of her initiatives targets to inspire women to live without fear and being fabulous by helping them to realize and live their dreams.

She started her journey at the age of 28 and has kept on expanding her reign ever since. During the course of her business and stuff, life threw her a curveball. But being a strong woman she overcame all her life problems and today doing exceptionally well.

3. Ash Ambirge

The badass.

Ash Ambirge. Image Credits: Heidi Hapanowicz Photography

The only way you can have success now is to be exactly who you are, flaws and everything.

– Ash Ambirge

 

Woman entrepreneur Ash Ambirge is an internet entrepreneur, creative writer, speaker and assists all the ladies for being brave and tries to stop them from doing disruptive things to their careers or to their lovely lives.

Being the author of  The Middle Finger Project, she very wisely utilised this title both as the name of her hallmark blog as well as the title of her upcoming book. She is an uncompromising and unapologetic lady who hardly fears anyone or anything.

Interestingly, her voice has been called, “the most memorable on the Internet,” “original in a world with too little of it,” “not safe for work at all,” and also, “really kinda sweary,” which is undoubtedly her favourite description.

If you are looking forward to living your life a bit differently and making your own rules, go and follow her!

4. Katherine Sullivan

 

Fearless of failure.

Katherine Sullivan. Image Credits: About.me

Stop telling yourself you don’t know what to do. Yes, you do. Listen to your intuition and trust yourself.

– Katherine Sullivan

Woman entrepreneur Katherine Sullivan is the Founder of Marketing Solved. She has been in digital marketing for the last 7 years and till now has gained a great success.

In her past life, she was a Branch Manager for a Financial Services company. During this time, social media had started evolving and she began to think in the direction of online media and stuff. Later, when she shifted to a new town, she started a blog.

Once she started blogging, social media expanded. She instantly started connecting the two – her blog and social media and that’s when things really began figuring themselves out.

Her blog was growing rapidly and she had about 8k followers on Facebook with 12k followers on Twitter in about a year! Besides, she even started coaching people on their blogs and social media, turning it into a full-grown business.

Marketing Solved came to her as a way to share everything she learned with people who wanted to create their own business and so she completely focused on this area.

5. Carrie Green

Successful woman entrepreneur.

Carrie Green. Image Credits: YouTube

Success is not an accident; it’s something we have to create on purpose.

– Carrie Green

Woman entrepreneur Carrie Green in 2005 was studying Law at the University of Birmingham and knew nothing about business then. Although she always thought that she’d end up doing her own thing but she didn’t realise that she’d do it so early.

After she graduated with a degree in Law, she started two businesses. She used to go to the night school to learn about web development, she travelled around Thailand and Australia, she had her videos viewed half a million times on YouTube. Basically, now she was financially free.

She started the Female Entrepreneur Association in 2011 as a way to connect with like-minded women from all over the world and find out how they keep themselves motivated.

6. Sue Bryce

Successful lady entrepreneur.

Sue Bryce. Image Credits: suebryceeducation.com

People want to see behind the curtain and they want to get to know you.

– Sue Bryce

Woman entrepreneur Sue Bryce is one of the most recognizable photographers in the imaging industry, with an experience of 26 years. Her fashion and portrait style has changed the face of portrait photography.

She is the most watched instructor on CreativeLive. She created her own educational platform, in which she uses her signature techniques to teach the photographers and empower the businesses internationally. Sue is immensely passionate about photographing women and this is evident in her remarkable work.

Sue has been awarded many titles like the WPPI International 2014 Grand Award, Australian Portrait Photographer of the Year 2011 and 2012, and Fellow II National Awards Photographer of the Year 2007.

 

 

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