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Saturday, January 30, 2016

These 15 Female Entrepreneurs Are Under 30 and Running Multi-Million Dollar Businesses

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Sarah Prevette, founder of Sprouter.com
The youngest is 15 and the oldest is 29, but what these 15 entrepreneurs all have in common is that they are females, under 30, and running multi-million dollar businesses. They were recently named as the Top 15 Young Female Entrepreneurs by Under30CEO.

Under30CEO is one of the web sites owned by Under30Media, a U.S. business and entrepreneurship website launched in 2008 and based in New York City. The top 15 include:

Sarah Prevette, Sprouter.com: At age 28, Sarah Prevette started Sprouter.com to create an online community with information on business matters. Prevette grew the company, which connects entrepreneurs everywhere, to thousands of users. She even established a network of angel investors to back her company.

Ashley Qualls, Whateverlife.com: Age 20, Qualls started her company when she was only 14 years old. The company has from 130,000 – 360,000 visitors daily. The website provides Myspace layouts and HTML tutorials for young people like herself.

Catherine Cook, MyYearBook.com: Catherine created MyYearBook.com with her brother in 2005, and it is now the most popular teen site in the world. At age 22, Cook heads a company that has over 25 million members and revenue of over $24 million.

Justine Ezarik, iJustine: Ezarik is an Internet celebrity. She creates viral comic videos online, and her company has 1.2 million Twitter followers, 400,000+ Facebook fans and almost 1 million subscribers to her YouTube channel. She has accomplished all this at age 26.

Lauren Bush, FEED: At age 26, Bush heads a non-profit organization that provides over 50 million meals worldwide. Her company, which is in partnership with the United Nations World Food Program, manufactures and sells reusable bags and half of the proceeds go towards feeding the hungry.

Maddie Bradshaw, M3 Girl Designs: At age 15, Bradshaw is the youngest and the founder of a $1.6 million a year company that designs and sells necklaces for young girls. Her company sells over 50,000 necklaces a month throughout the U.S.

Read about all 15 female entrepreneurs at under30ceo.com/top-15-young-female-entrepreneurs-and-their-rising-companies/


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