10 female-founded startups that are expected to take off in 2018
Female-founded companies are on the rise.
From talks with investors and leaders in venture capital, we've rounded up a list of ten female-founded companies that you should be paying attention to in 2018. These leading founders have set their sights on disrupting major markets like fashion, cosmetics, feminine products, online networking, and grocery delivery.
Check out the companies you should be paying attention to this year:
Maven is a telemedicine company that provides digital solutions for women's health.
Shippo, which was founded five years ago by Laura Behrens Wu, helps small businesses mail out packages with ease and efficiency.
Glossier is redefining the online cosmetics marketplace.
Amy Chang quit her job at Google to found Accompany, a platform that's geared toward up-and-coming professionals.
The Muse co-founder Kathryn Minshew faced nearly 150 rejections before the company received funding in 2011.
Liz Wessel worked at Google and Anheuser-Busch before founding her own company.
Plus-size fashion site Dia & Co has plans to tackle a $21 billion market.
Gobble promises that it will take you less than 10 minutes to cook its meals.
Lola has big plans to disrupt the feminine products marketplace.
Tracy Young co-founded PlanGrid, an San Francisco-based company that supports the construction industry.
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