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The Entreprenista Podcast is a weekly show featuring the stories of successful female founders and what it's really like to run a business. Hosted by Stephanie Cartin & Courtney Spritzer, co-founders of Socialfly, a leading social media marketing agency, each episode goes beyond what you see on Instagram and into the nitty-gritty of growing and scaling a company effectively from women who’ve done it. Consider this the most fun business meeting you’ll ever have.

Apr 29, 2019

Some of the greatest companies are conceived from a problem that the founder could not solve. This is one of those stories. Sas Simon, founder of NAME GLO, a business that offers customized neon lighting, solved her own need and discovered a gap in the market -- and now neon is everywhere.

Sas joins Socialfly Co-founder...


Apr 22, 2019

Making lemonade from lemons. It’s a phrase that comes to mind when we think of Helaine Knapp—founder and CEO of City Row, which offers water-based rowing workouts and a rowing-based fitness app. After literally breaking her back, Helaine discovered that rowing was an exercise she could manage, and quickly realized...


Apr 15, 2019

You can’t do Bustle without Hustle, and in the case of Kate Ward, Editor in Chief for Bustle Digital Group –  publisher of Bustle, Elite Daily, Romper, and The Zoe Report – Bustle has definitely been a part of her DNA.

From writing many of the company’s first articles, to managing the full scope of content...


Apr 8, 2019

Entrepreneurial journeys are often begun to find a better way to do something, or solve a problem, in spite of the odds against them. Artistic journeys are usually a way to express oneself. For Elizabeth Sutton, a visual artist who has taken the nouveau arts scene by storm creating a highly curated fine art and design...


Apr 1, 2019

Some entrepreneurs build businesses for fortune. Some for impact. Deepti Sharma is driven by passion.

As CEO and Founder of FoodtoEat, a community-minded catering concierge service, she connects immigrants, women and minority-owned food vendors to opportunities for growth – ultimately helping them strengthen their own...