20 Best Sites for Female Entrepreneurs in 2015

There’s a ton of content out there for female entrepreneurs, but the fact is that not all of these sites are worth your attention.

The good news is that you don’t have to waste time searching for the best resources. I know your time is valuable, ladies, so I’ve compiled a list of the best entrepreneurial websites for you. I hope you find them as useful as I did!


Catalyst is a nonprofit organization that aims to change the lives of women by changing the workplace. They are on a mission to create more inclusive workplaces by expanding opportunities for women in business. Their objective is to create an organization where employees from all dimensions of diversity can thrive.

Catalyst has an organization of more than 800 members across the world with offices in India, Europe, Canada, United States, Japan, and Australia. Their work is rooted in their research, which they publish on an insight blog called Catalyzing. The findings of the research by Catalyst sheds light on the challenges faced by women at work.

They raise awareness about how diversity is beneficial in today’s global business world, and provide guidance on how to inspire real change.

Chic CEO

Chic CEO is all about empowering women by giving them the knowledge and the expertise that they need to start their own business. The website features excellent tutorials that are both practical and easy to implement. If you have an idea for a new business but you have no idea what to do with it, head over to Chic CEO.

Chic CEO will give you all the ground knowledge for starting a business.

The Founding Moms

The Founding moms is an online community where mom entrepreneurs can meet up with each other, exchange ideas and resources, swap stories, and learn from each other.

If you are a mom who wants to open up her own venture, then head over TheFoundingMoms to meet up with other women who are in the business of starting a business.


Forté is a pool of top business schools and leading companies that collaborate to connect women to the right places and the right people who will help them launch a successful business career.

Forte claims that it has led to an increase of 22% in the enrollment of women in sponsored MBA programs. More than 50,000 women use Forte to advance their careers. You should check it out, too.

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is an organization working to close the gender gap in computers and engineering sectors. With help from both public and private sectors, Girls Who Code is working to inspire and equip girls in high school to acquire opportunities in the computing sector.

The aim of Girls Who Code is to provide computer science education to 1 million women by 2020.

The Boss Network

If you’re looking to give your business a kickstart, then head over to the BOSS (Bringing out Successful Sisters) network to join an engaging and active site for female entrepreneurs. It’s an excellent resource for starting out new ventures and small businesses by finding special opportunities and capitalizing them through exposure and connections with other women.

Lean In

The Lean In website is inspired by the book, Lean in, which encourages women to pursue their ambitions by shifting their focus from what they can’t do to what they can do. It offers ongoing inspiration and support to women to help them achieve their goal.

The Lean in community believes that if enough support is provided to women to open up and talk about the challenges they face, then we can shape the trajectory of women and create a better world for everyone. That’s a lot of positive energy.

Savor the Success

Savor the Success is a premium network exclusively for women entrepreneurs. Members of this website get PR opportunities. They can form connections on Savor the Success community and expand their business via networking.

Accountability is at the heart of the Savor the Success community. Members set benchmarks and then these ladies push and help each other to reach their goals. It’s a win-win situation.

The Middle Finger Project

The Middle Finger Project is the place for women who are looking do things differently than the boring conventional ways. Along with a great sense of humor, the owner, Ash Amber, offers some great insights on marketing yourself to clientele, and for those who’re just stepping into the business world, she has business 101 all set up as well.

Young Women Entrepreneurs

Young Women Entrepreneurs wants to help women live fulfilling lives while being successful entrepreneurs. It connects women across the globe and helps them make an action plan of their business by sparking inspiration in them.

Young Women Entrepreneurs believe that women entrepreneurs are the key to solving many big problems on a massive scale. Because of this ideology, they are a strong supporter of “Because I am a Girl” foundation that aims to end gender inequality, and take millions of girls out of the vice of poverty.

Female Entrepreneur Association

Female Entrepreneur Association is a website designed to empower women by giving them a true perspective on running a business. The core idea behind Female Entrepreneur Association is that women have the potential to do incredible things, and life is too short to waste it waiting for an opportunity to come. It is about turning ideas into opportunities. With post like “3 Quick Tricks for Converting Readers into Cash Customers”, the blog has a lot of insights for women looking to start their own business.

They also offer inspiration and motivation to women. Every Monday, they run a segment of “Motivation Monday”, in which they share success stories of dreamers who materialized their dreams and made it big.

Go Girl Finance

Like other great resources mentioned above, Go Girl Finance wants to empower women by offering them the support and the insights they need in the business world. It focuses on the technical side of business like insuring yourself, budgeting, investing, and other financing details. They also have a lot of excellent advice on how to tackle different issues women may face at work.

With great posts like “What to do if your boss is a bully” and “5 ways to achieve financial independence”, the blog really has a lot of great advice to offer.

She Owns It

She Owns It is about empowering women to write their success stories. It is a global community where contributors from around the world gather to share and solve the issues faced by women in entrepreneurial roles.

She Owns It has a collection of some great confidence-building articles in areas of marketing, accounting, leadership, and branding. It is a great place to find the spark you need to shape your ideas into reality.

In Her Shoes

In Her Shoes, as the name indicates, takes you into the shoes of inspiring women by sharing their stories with you. This bold and brash blog is loaded with great content. By stepping ‘in her shoes’, you will find yourself in the midst of many great profiles of successful women entrepreneurs.

Beyond inspiration, the blog also offers some great quotes, advice on balancing work life and family, fashion sense for the business women, and tips on enjoying your vacation time.

Stilettos On The Glass Ceiling (SOTGC)

SOTGC is about uniting, empowering, and supporting women. It is a community of women who support each other in overcoming all hurdles and succeeding in their business. The blog was inspired by women who have defined their own version of success. It is the place where success stories, learned lessons, and tips are shared between an online community of women.

SOTGC is all about fostering and celebrating the progress that modern women have made. If you’re a women looking for support in realizing your dream, SOTGC is a wonderful place to be in.

Women Presidents’ Organization

If you’re seeking connections, then Women President’s Organization is the place to be. The goal of this website is to connect the top women entrepreneurs to their counterparts in other countries. This is a both online and in-person resource.

Women Entrepreneurs GROW Global

As the name suggests, the mission behind Women Entrepreneurs GROW Global is to introduce women-owned businesses all over the world to the global opportunity. They want to empower every woman worldwide to go global. Originally started in 2008, the website has now grown to have nearly 200 million users.

Andrea Genevieve

Andrea Genevieve’s website is a great place to learn about social media and how to connect with customers online. In her posts like ““In Life, You Can Have More Than One Title”, she also discusses how you can assume different roles in your day to day routine.

Business Chicks

Business Chicks community believes that great things happen when women come together and uplift each other. It is a community where women join hands to support each other to work for the greater good.

It has a collection of some really awesome articles that will really make you think twice. If you’re looking to boost your confidence, then head over to Business Chicks. Because as they say, life is a lot brighter when you’re a business chick.


This is an online community that allows female business executives and entrepreneurs to connect with each other and share their expertise. It is a great place to exchange ideas, find support, and connect with other entrepreneurs in your local neighbourhood or across the United States.

So what do think? If you think I missed any resource for women entrepreneurs, please share your favorite websites with me. Cheers!

Originally published at StarterPad.com/blog/ on July 7, 2015.