In this mini videoseries, five female entrepreneurs share what it is like to be a woman at the helm of their businesses. In addition, each entrepreneur will give you an entrepreneurial tip and tell you about the best advice they ever received. The purpose of this series is to stimulate entrepreneurship among female students.
Some of the video's below are currently only available in Dutch. The English versions will be uploaded soon!
Founder of King Louie
Ann Berlips and George Cramer started selling second-hand clothing at the Noordermarkt inAmsterdam in 1981, soon followed by their first own store in the Jordaan. KingLouie was born in 1984, a vintage-inspired brand, with a distinct personal style. Recognisable by the colourful prints, King Louie today is nowadays very successful in Europe.
Owner at Karmijn Kapitaal
Karmijn is an investment fund (or private equity investor) with a unique focus. They are the first investment fund that invests in Dutch Small and Midsized Companies, managed by a balanced team of men and women.
Co-Owner MAVIS Food and Bevarage group
Shareholder/CEO Jazzpodium en Horeca BV.
Nina Hooimeijer is a very driven person. She is not directly the inventor of new concepts, but she makes sure that a good plan is made: how to approach it and how to ensure that concepts are implemented with respect to logistics, personnel, budget, etc. For her this can be in the government or in the business world.
BIRD and MAVIS are multidisciplinary concepts based on the total experience of the consumer. Ranging from the music program to the choice of wine, from the interior to the menu, every element surprises.
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