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A female-focused, non-sexualized virtual reality platform where women can connect with other women in a safe and judgement-free environment to discuss and learn about sexual health and wellness.


Empowering the working poor, with a focus on women of color.


A women’s networking app that connects women interested in entrepreneurship and investing to other like-minded women.


In August 2019 they launched, a “natural hair care line for black women”.


A social network for women who are searching for a job, created by the company that created the job board Ziprecruiter.


A small business loan for entrepreneurs, with a focus on women


A startup that provides group therapy sessions for women who experience domestic abuse


Characteristics: “Urban, intellectual, and educated.” High-earning professional women over 50.


A social network for people who want to gain the attention of “strong women who have a life beyond their job”.


A startup that helps women and men work together to grow their careers, by helping them find each others’ LinkedIn connections.


A social network for women that encourages them to share and connect.


A digital, mobile payment solution for women’s clinics.


A B2B platform for women to find and book professional services for their homes.


An education platform that teaches women about safety in the home. It’s currently in private beta with select customers.


A startup that makes a product to help women do laundry


A company that makes both low-cost and premium products for the fashion industry. The premium products include the T-shirt, the slim-fit denim, and the leather jacket. The company is also manufacturing a line of eyewear, and it recently launched a line of knitwear for women.


A digital wallet that’s designed to serve the needs of women in China. Currently, the platform does not offer features that are common in the US, such as peer-to-peer payments, a feature that is required in China for transactions to be legal.


This company’s founders were previously in the gaming industry, and want to help make that industry more inclusive. The startup is building a platform to help game developers with user acquisition and retention by building in features for “people of color, women, and LGBTQ people.”


A venture capital firm that invests only in female founders, focusing on early-stage companies that focus on women’s health.


Another company built by former Quid co-founders, this one is building a suite of tools to make it easier for women to own businesses in emerging markets.


SaaS business that connects women and their partners to maternity care. They’re headed to Y Combinator’s Demo Day.


This is a company that makes a “dance-forward” bra for women who move.


They are building a marketplace based on the idea of peer to peer lending, but aimed at small property loans (smaller than $5,000), and aimed at women.


"We're trying to make a video game about men and women," Pachter says. "It's about gender equality. It's a game about how men and women are treated differently, and how that might be changed."


Baker, Justine (2017, August 27). "How These Two Women Are Driving the Future of Tech", The New Yorker, .


An online network for women to share advice with each other and access peer support. The startup is trying to build a community that helps women keep each other accountable, and tells them when they’re in a rut and need to make a change.


A social enterprise, with a focus on childcare, women’s empowerment, and animal welfare


A set of business-focused events for women. The company wants to start with a small group of founders in the SF Bay Area.


A health insurance startup focused on improving women of color’s health care, specifically in rural areas.


A platform that helps women get back to work after being stay at home.


A startup that makes custom-made, 3D-printed female prosthetics that can be used to treat urinary incontinence in women.


A startup that helps women save on their families’ healthcare costs by creating a digital health dashboard of their monthly medical expenses


A team of young women who are building an artificial intelligence system to help teachers teach students.


A women-led startup making a tool that helps telecommuters to work and spend time with their families.


A mobile app for women who want to know how much time they spend on their menstrual cycle.


This startup is building a tool that helps you connect with lenders who can provide you with capital for your business. Notable for being a woman-founded startup (two of the three founders are women).


A startup that helps women measure their menstrual cycle in a way that’s more conducive to women’s health.


A resource for women on the road to help them be better travelers. The company says it’s already working with companies like Microsoft and Time Warner Cable.


A private social network for women in Saudi Arabia, where women are nearly banned from working or even being on the internet.


A startup that launched in 2009, The Ophelia Project is the original "crowdfunding for women" platform, meaning it enables female entrepreneurs to raise money from female investors. It has raised $133 million since its inception.


 A startup for women to track their periods and plan for it, launched in India in partnership with a doctor.


 A group of women who teach other women how to be more confident in being sick. The founders say that their videos have over 1 million views.


A North American-based women’s health company looking to expand globally, with a focus on finding a way to provide women with a safe and easy way to have regular checkups.


A startup that aims to improve fertility by allowing women to track medical side effects of their cycle, including ovulation.


A startup for gadgets and consumer goods with an emphasis on women.


In 2015, a total of 9,615 seed-stage deals in the US were led by women with 108 companies, a 2% increase from 2014. A total of 1,906 companies from women-led startups raised a total of $1.1 billion in funding.


A device that can help “people get in shape”. The device is currently being used by a number of fitness studios and gyms that cater to women. The company has raised $2.5 million.


A peer-to-peer lender that lends to women in Latin America. The company is currently in the Philippines and Mexico.


A startup that wants to help women who are having a hard time finding high-quality, affordable maternity clothes.


Pivot is a social network for women entrepreneurs. It started in 2016 as a blog that features women in the Philadelphia area, but has since grown to include a community of over 600,000 women.


"A global network of talented women, connecting and collaborating to build a modern company for tomorrow"


This is a wearable for women that helps them track the menstrual cycle. The company aims to create a cheaper alternative to other wearable products.


A platform for women to share and rate personal and commercial services and products, but with a focus on female- and minority-owned services and products.


A software development company that wants to fix the “diversity gap” in Silicon Valley. The company’s co-founder says that men make up around 80% of the tech workforce, and women only 4% (and that the industry is even worse in other parts of the world).


A network of women who are interested in trading services/products online for fun, personal, or professional use.


A startup that is like the Dollar Shave Club but for beauty products for women (I’m a guy and I came up with this idea)


A startup that provides tools for women who want to apply for a job and want to find a new job


Idea: A monthly subscription box for women that gives them the tools they need to be more confident and less afraid The company started off by selling a box of self-defense products (think pepper spray, tasers, whistles, and more


Idea: Social network for (mostly) women to chat about their periods


Idea: This company is building a personal finance management tool for women that includes a feature to help them plan for their next vacation The startup says it has 5,000 weekly users who have created more than 10,000 budgets


Idea: A software company that enables companies to sell their products through women’s clothing retailers


A startup that provides a monthly subscription box for women's hygiene products that don't have a lot of options out there