Raising The Funding Bar To Get Women Funded Faster
Next Chapter has launched our podcast, Raise the Bar. The podcast features news related to female founders, first-hand accounts from founders, investors, lawyers and other key players in the ecosystem, advice from our experts-in-residence, and alternative pitches that showcase our platform members.
We will talk about how to fix the broken funding system to help more women succeed and how women can battle through the current system to access capital and scale their businesses.
Rithika Gupta, the founder of Ollie, a Singapore based retail brand that helps you better harness the power of essential oils. Rithika shares learning about essential oils through her family’s wholesale business , FP Aromatics Singapore, and how she then launched Ollie as a direct to consumer product business and the differences that she has experienced between these two business models. She also shares the benefits of starting in Singapore and how she is focused on Ollie being innovative in an existing industry segment.
As a member of Next Chapter’s Capital Club programme, an exclusive programme for women business leaders ready to fundraise, we are pleased to be sharing Rithika’s journey as a founder and her plans for Ollie.
Iva Bravic Millereau is the co-founder of RE.VITYL, a company producing a collection of holistic sleep-routine products that will naturallyRead More
April Lam is the founder of Aello Consulting, a HK-based market entry company that focuses on Hong Kong and Southeast Asian markets.
Adrian Warr, founding member of The Male Allies, and a gender equality champion, shares his views on gender diversity and how rewriting capitalism can change the world.
Chris Edwards the founder of Honeycombers, talks through Honeycombers' growth, revenue and other key factors to supercharge the business.