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Million$: Women Entrepreneurs Talk Money

By A Forbes Podcast by Clare O’Connor

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Description

Self-made women get candid about the good, bad and ugly that comes with founding -- and funding -- a business. Hosted by Forbes Staff Writer Clare O’Connor, guests tell all about the first serious money they made or raised, whether that means closing a seed round or finally seeing revenues roll in. Expect anecdotes from Silicon Valley boardrooms and real-world advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.

Customer Reviews

Can't get enough

This is the podcast I never knew I needed. I LOVE the host, I love that she asks the questions I'm thinking and I love the guests! I wish it came on more frequently bc I can't get enough.

Motivational!

I am a young female in an old, male-dominated industry. So this podcast has completely rejuvenated my excitement about women and the future to change the world. I'm looking forward to cheering them on and hopefully learning from them as they grow. Thanks so much for sharing their stories with us! They are motivating, inspiring, and very informative.

Interesting stories that inspire

Hearing the stories about how these incredible women founded – and funded – their successful businesses is not just interesting, but super inspiring as well. Clare does a great job of getting them to open up not just about successes, but challenges they've faced as well. My favorite episode is "Good Hair Day" with Alli Webb.