Doyenne Milwaukee 5x5x5
05/13/2020 16:00 to 05/13/2020 17:30 (America/Chicago)
Join us for a virtual evening of hearing pitches from 5 Wisconsin-based, women-led companies and see who is awarded a $5,000 grant and an opportunity to join Doyenne's 3-month Strategy Accelerator in the fall of 2020, where they will work ON their business rather than IN their business.
MEET THE PRESENTERS
KAREN RENEE, FOUNDER & PRESIDENT
eCourt Reporters is a website that serves the untapped market connecting Law Firms and Court Reporters - streamlining efficiencies, reducing complexity and improving compensation with a potential net of $162M in the U.S. Bootstrapped mainly by the cofounders in 2017, it’s grown to 1.5K national users, exceeded its 2019 10% growth goals and is on pace to meet their 2020 sales of $100K.
Siren Shrub Co.
Layne Cozzolino, co-founder (pictured with co-founder Mindy mccord]
Launched in 2018, Siren Shrub Co. is tapping into an undiscovered market of canned and bottled vintage mixology and sophisticated sodas with a twist of health. The product line sells 5 flavors of shrub concentrate and ready-to-drink sparkling shrubs via retail, wholesale, and e-commerce. With a 2.5x sales increase in 2019, they are planning a scale toward nation-wide distribution.
Melissa tashjian, founder & owner
Since 2014, Compost Crusader has grown to over 175 commercial and 1.5K residential local customers, diverting food scrap waste into profitable resources. The company’s next move is to pivot toward residential, add a product line, and scale-up in the local marketplace.
Just a girl, Girl talk radio
kirsten helgeson, founder
Just A Girl’s beta launch of the Girl Talk Radio podcast in 2019 has already reached a following of listeners on 6 continents, in 59 countries and 529 cities using technology as a response to the need for women’s mental health and empowerment. The company plans to use the seed funding to build tech components that will drive it from bootstrapping to an international business that has the potential to grow into a $4B dollar venture.
Chantel Teague, founder
StyleQ is a beauty and wellness industry mobile marketplace creating on-demand booking appointments for customers while also increasing profit for stylists during schedule gaps, with a recent virtual self-care consultation program addition. There are currently 100 stylists onboarded and plans to release its full application in the summer of 2020 with a potential addressable market of $2.9B.
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