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Ventures in the News – November 11, 2022

With 100+ Ventures in 5 countries, we are rounding up the news every 2 weeks to share what’s happening. Engage, share + follow using the hashtag #RadicalGenerosity to amplify.

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  • Ally Watson of Code Like a Girl spoke to Women Love Tech about her experience as a software engineer and her advocacy for promoting coding and software development among women.


New Zealand

  • Hello Period has been highlighted by Fast Company as part of its Brands That Matter awards program, celebrating its mission to offer high-quality reusable menstrual products to end stigmas sustainably.
  • Hello Period was featured by Dieline, a bespoke creative platform that exists to serve the packaging community. “When sustainability meets great design, the result is a brand consumers can feel connected to and proud to own.”
  • A community-leased facility in Auckland will house Kiri Nathan, as well as be a creative hub for Māori and indigenous fashion designers. “It’s wonderful to have a space that is fit for purpose to support not only our small business, but so many other small Māori businesses.”

United Kingdom

United States

  • Callisto was featured by USC’s Daily Trojan for its online platform which welcomes students to connect with a network of sexual assault survivors from around 40 other universities.
  • STEAM puzzles from Brown Toy Box were included in this year’s list of Oprah’s Favorite Things. “Representation matters—that’s why Terri-Nichelle Bradley, an Atlanta-based entrepreneur and mom, created these puzzles, which depict smart, strong, creative Black kids doing science projects, making art, and even exploring the world beneath the ocean.”
  • A report from Stanford Social Innovation Review details how community-focused entrepreneurs like Sandhya Murali from Solstice are using innovative business models and technology to make renewable energy and a healthy environment accessible to everyone.

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