Overview of Successful Female Entrepreneurs of 2016

Gone are the days when women are found only in the kitchen of the house. These days, you can see them not only competing with men but even outdoing them in many areas. In other words, whether it is business, fashion designing or army, talented women can be seen in every field. As per a recent report, there is a dearth of talented and promising female entrepreneurs of 2016 that have proved themselves by properly managing the transactions of business as much as they handle the household task. According to the recent BofA survey, female owners of small-businesses are much more optimistic in comparison to their male counterparts in terms of growth and revenue outlook.

It is very difficult to bring out all the names of women who have established some milestones in the year 2016, but the blog definitely includes few women who are changing the face of world with the help of several means.

Natalia Oberti Noguera

The Founder and CEO of Pipeline Angels, which is a network of women investors changing the face of angel investing as well as creating capital for women social business owners. It has graduated over 200 women from an investing bootcamp and the capital invested is more than $2 million through a pitch summit process. Thisfemale entrepreneur has been featured in Bloomberg, Mashable, Newsweek, The Financial Times and many more.

Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin

Danielle Weisberg grew up in downtown Chicago, whereas Carly Zakin grew up in New York. Both are the founders and co-CEOs of Skimm, founded in 2012. This is an American media company that is known for its daily email newsletter that focuses on giving popular news to its subscribers. Both of them founded this company after working side-by-side at NBC. They decided to create this platform to allow younger readers to stay up-to-date with the latest news. In June, the company managed to raise $8 million in Series B funding, which is led by 21st Century Fox. This helped the firm to evolve into a multi-platform audience company.

Sallie Krawcheck

Krawcheck is the CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, which is the digital advisor of women that takes into account the lifetime salary curve into account. The main motive behind the creation of this investing platform that she was tired by staying on the sidelines when it comes to investing as well as building wealth. This female entrepreneur has teamed up with brilliant analysts, business owners as well engineers for the formation of Ellevest to help women financially.

Priscilla Chan

She is an American philanthropist and pediatrician who founded The Primary School, which is dedicated to serve California children as well as families in East Palo Alto as well as Belle Haven. She, along with her husband Mark Zuckerberg made an announcement that they would give 99% of their Facebook shares to the Chan Zuckerberg initiative.

These are some of the renowned female entrepreneurs who have achieved tremendous success or have earned a huge name for themselves in the business world.

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