Asha Dahya is a founder of a GirlTalkHQ.com, a website aimed to inform, entertain and inspire a whole new generation of media consumers, especially women.
Nowadays LGBT women are advancing in the tech world, but they need help finding support in such a male-dominated field, so that’s why Lesbians Who Tech was created.
29-year-old Ellen Bennet is a CEO of a multimillion-dollar kitchen-wear empire called Hedley & Bennet. This young woman creates “Kick-Ass Aprons”, which has such fans like Mario Batali and Martha Stewart.
A designer by day and Instagram illustration star by night, Julie Houts is the mind of humorous and brilliant sketches, speech bubbles, and occasional reality TV clips. No one is flawless and Houts demonstrates it in a funny way.
London-based author Olivia Sudjic wrote a novel which illustrates people’s obsession with an online world, especially with Instagram, in a smart and lyrical way.
Awesome Foundation is a fast-growing worldwide community which is aimed to forwarding the interest of awesome in the universe. They are looking for people with interesting ideas in different spheres and provide them with funding.
When it comes to preparation of the wedding, you find that there are many online services can help you plan it. Although, they are all in different places, so Zola is created to fix it.
Ji-yeon Kim, a Korean Berlin-based artist, created her Tinder Project, which gained controversial discussions as it shows the people’s loneliness and identity crisis through the portraits of Tinder users.
A three-year-old startup Baker Technologies created an e-commerce platform to meet the needs of dispensaries and ease some difficult points of the legal weed industry.