The top 10 businesswomen including mother-daughter duos who are considered to be female entrepreneurs
In today’s society, having more women in business is critical. There are a lot of women entrepreneurs in business now than before. From female entrepreneurs to mother-daughter duos out there are doing an amazing job. Here is a list of the top 10 businesswoman duos at present.
The young businesswomen duo Katia Beauchamp and Hayley Barna profited from the subscription craze. They co-founded Birchbox, a business that sends monthly beauty boxes to members. The two female entrepreneurs began the journey that would lead to Birchbox in late 2009 after becoming frustrated with the difficulty of finding beauty goods online. The company’s top estimated value is $500 million.
The businesswoman duo Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice are the creators of SoulCycle, the 45-minute indoor cycling class that has expanded to 82 facilities across 20 markets in Canada and the United States since its inception in 2006. When Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice first met, the women entrepreneurs of them opened a business in an old dance studio they had discovered on Craigslist. They left the company about ten years later after receiving a $90 million buyout from Equinox.
With a net worth of $3.1 billion, Oprah Winfrey ranked No. 6 on the Forbes list of self-made women for 2018. The female entrepreneur’s meteoric rise to fame and fortune contributed to this achievement. It’s difficult to deny how much Gary King has aided throughout. In addition to her responsibilities as a host on “CBS This Morning,” King went on to serve as the editor-at-large of “O, the Oprah Magazine” and host “The Gayle King Show” on the OWN Network. The projected market value of OWN Network is $286 million.
The mother-daughter duo of Pragya Agarwal and Adhvika Agarwal founded ORCO in 2017 to empower women. By establishing a small unit in their home and encouraging women to use the skill they already possessed, namely processing spices, the businesswomen duo founded ORCO Spices to empower marginal sector women. The women in business then chose to go organic after understanding the shifting fashion trends.
5.House Of Aama
House of Aama is a quickly growing star in the fashion business and one of the most recent winners of the 2021 CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund. The mother-daughter duo got their start by creating classic clothing that was influenced by narrative, archival analysis, and historical research.
6.Interior Design By S&S
Interior Design By S&S is run by the mother-daughter team of Sharon Falcher and Sherica Maynard. The businesswomen duo‘s emphasis is on “liveable luxury” and creating a welcoming yet practical home where their clients can find tranquility. Falcher made the decision to launch her own business after years of working in the design sector, managing a window treatment fabrication workroom and interior design franchise. The mother and new business owner saw an opportunity after her daughter Sherica Maynard recently graduated from design school and asked her to work with her. As they say, the rest is history.
In 1994, Pam, who was pursuing a career as a court reporter, founded Chocolate Inspirations, artisanal chocolate, and vegan sweets firm. Three generations of the family, including Pam’s daughter Marcy, who started working there full-time in 2018, and her 94-year-old mother Charlotte, have been employed by the company as it has slowly expanded.
Marcy has built Chocolate Inspirations into a company with six figures in sales for 2021, whilst Pam is the visionary in terms of chocolate. Probably the best businesswoman duo in the chocolate industry.
8.Park Slope Therapy
In Brooklyn, New York, there is a private mental health clinic called Park Slope Therapy. After Alexandra, also known as Ali, completed her doctoral study in clinical psychology and earned her license in 2019, the business was established. Ellen, a social worker with a license, was prepared to quit her position at another private practice. Today, the couple and their four-person team offer assistance to families, kids, and millennials who are experiencing burnout.
9.Go Dash Dot
Founded in October 2016, Go Dash Dot. Hannah had searched for a backpack that would fit her hectic schedule, which included work, exercise, and evening commitments. A tote with a padded computer compartment, a shoe pocket, and a shoulder strap was the answer she came up with. When Melissa, her mother, heard about the plan, she immediately gave it her support.
10.Heavenly Beauty Supply
Dentist Heavenly Kimes rose to fame after appearing in “Married to Medicine” on Bravo’s second season in 2014. Since that time, she has maintained her dental practice, developed a personal brand, written a book, and launched Heavenly Beauty Supply with her daughter Alaura.