In this female founders interview at Huckletree, we sat down with Renée and Roberta to hear all about their journey to building bigger and bolder businesses. To follow-up on the tips they gave out at our PowerWomen Chat, check out the event recap here!
What did you want to be when you were a teenager?
Roberta: I had no clue. I didn’t have an ideal career when I was a teenager… I think technology always attracted me and this feeling that I could use technology to create something new. That’s why I based everything on tech.
We've already recapped this month's PowerWomen Chat on the Business of Fashion here, but in our female founders interview at Huckletree we got the chance to hear directly from Tina and Kristy about their industry breakthroughs and how they used fashion to create their own voice.
What did you want to become when you were a teenager?
Tina Lobondi: I always wanted to be a fashion designer. I used to draw quite a lot, almost every day. I had books of drawings, but it never occurred to me that this could be a job or career… I just wanted something that would keep me...
As part of our PowerWomen Chat series at Huckletree, this month we focused on the Business of Fashion. Buyers and investors in the fashion industry are almost always looking for the latest trends, and for designers this means constantly pushing the envelope and searching for new ways to build their brand. What creates a buzz? How to choose the right team? These two women provide their insight on the industry and the strategies they used to tailor their fashion businesses.
Look outside of the traditional business of fashion when it comes to fun...
This month we kicked off our PowerWomen Chat event series, which will feature up close and personal conversations with leading women in entrepreneurship, business, and investment. Our topic for this month was Impact Investing. What really is impact? How do we find the right impact investors? These two women share more about their roles and visions for helping female founders build successful investment-worthy businesses.