Meet the Millennial Entrepreneurs Slaying the eCommerce Game
Women's representation among entrepreneurs is increasing, especially among new businesses. Add to that the flexibility, tech knowledge, independence, and ingenuity of millennials; and it's no wonder that millennial women are rising through the ranks as founders. Forbes Women shares the stories of three millennial women entrepreneurs who are leveraging their digital presence to grow their businesses. Click through to learn about each of them, and keep following us for regular stories about women entrepreneurs, leaders, investors, innovators and more.
By Kate Talbot
With female entrepreneurship on the rise — women now make up 40 percent of new entrepreneurs in the United States — it’s no surprise that digitally savvy millennials are excelling in the eCommerce space. Millennials are turning their side hustles into full-time endeavors using social media platforms and web integrations to acquire customers and build communities.
Meet three millennial entrepreneurs who are embracing the digital space by utilizing Instagram, Amazon, Etsy, and Shopify to successfully scale their businesses.
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