In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Leah Madden, founder and managing director of Greenprint Growth Partners, about how she helps companies maximize value beyond the launch phase and find the right funding strategies to match with their growth plans.
In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Lisa Q. Fetterman, founder and CEO of Nomiku, about how she paired her love for amazing food and high-tech manufacturing to bring Nomiku to life. Lisa shares her adventures with Kickstarter; the story about how she has grown her sous vide aficionado business into a home staple; and gives advice to other women looking to lean the f*ck out and do their own thing.
In this episode we talked with Nicole Carrier, co-founder of Throwback Brewery, New Hampshire’s only 100% women-owned brewery about growing a brewery. Nicole shares with us how she and her co-founder started the brewery, how they funded the venture and their expansion from a nano-brewery to full brewhouse located on an historic farm property. Nicole talks about what it takes to run a craft brewing operation and full restaurant on an historic farm. Nicole also shares her experiences being a female brewery owner in a male dominated industry.
In this episode we talk with fempreneuer Diva Tommei, founder and CEO of Solenica a hardware startup committed to transforming the power of our indoor spaces. Diva spoke to us from Rome and shared with us what it really takes to get a hardware tech startup off the ground, including those crowdfunding campaigns that make funding look so easy. She shares really valuable info on the episode so take notes.
In this episode we talk with badass fempreneur Sara Moylan about starting and growing SheFit. Sara is a scrappy fempreneur who has mostly self-funded her company, while getting press and growth potential support from Shark Tank. She shares her wild journey inventing the ultimate sports bra for women, self-funding her company and the challenges she faced along the way.