Category: Women On Topp

Women On Topp is all about stories of inspirational women across the entire world. Read the stories to get inspired. Or send your own inspiring story to contact@womenontopp.com

Entrepreneur Journey of Stacey Chang – Interview

”Make a list of people who have gone through similar experiences in the same or different industries or just someone you trust to be honest with you and share your idea with them. Don’t worry, no one will steal your…

Secrets Of Sara Blakely Founder Of Billion Dollar Business: Spanx

Spanx inventor and founder Sara Blakely was looking for a solution to unsightly panty lines under cream-colored dress pants when she had an “a-ha” moment, and spontaneously cut the feet out of her control-top panty hose to create a smoother, more…

This Is Me, Wana, Owner & Founder Of Women On Topp

Hi there, I think it’s time to introduce myself. My name is Wana Miri and I am the founder and owner of Women On Topp. This is me. 17 years ago I came to Holland as a refugee. I was only…

Superhero Collective – Produced by Mumpreneurs

Superhero Collective – A marketplace for sustainable kids clothing, toys and decor articles produced by mumpreneurs. During my first pregnancy, I was researching the web for high-quality sustainable kids products that are different to what you can find on the high street. I…

Women On Topp Joins the SpreadLove™ Movement

Helping women achieve financial freedom is a mission common to Women On Topp and SpreadLove™️. “A change in mindset is a prerequisite to a change in circumstances,” said Esther Jeanbart, Founder and CEO of SpreadLove™ . (Let’s praise the female entrepreneurs!)  As…

Victoria Cheri Bennett Creator of ADULTish Web Series

ADULTish: A WEBSERIES THREE SEASONS IN THE MAKING I moved to New York from Houston at age 19 to study and pursue a career musical theater (original, right?). Eight years later I was exhausted; I spent more of time trying…

I Left my Job to Start a Digital Magazine

After a decade in broadcast news, I took a leap: I left my job to start a digital magazine. I have no regrets about that choice, but that doesn’t mean it was easy. No good thing ever is, really. But…