5 Instagram Accounts for Female Entrepreneurs
Have you either started your own business or dream of doing so some day? There’s an incredible community of female entrepreneurs for you to keep up with on Instagram.
Following along with some of these amazing women and businesses will help you:
- Connect with others going through the same journey as you
- Find inspiration from those who’ve already seen success
- Get motivated to meet your goals
- Learn new tips for growing your business
Here are some of my faves that help me feel a sense of community online as a female entrepreneur:
Boss Ladies Magazine (@bossladiesmag)
Boss Ladies Magazine features women’s stories by city in their biannual publication, and hosts local events that bring women in business together. On the Instagram account, you get to know Chelsea Sonksen, editor and publisher, who gives her honest perspective and helpful insight on building a business, and the experience of sharing it with her peers.
Jenna Kutcher (@jennakutcher)
Jenna is a wedding photographer, but is also a marketing maven, especially when it comes to social media and building that all-important email list. When you follow her account, you immediately feel like you’re best friends. She gives a ton of tips on growing your business, and invites you to learn even more with her educational resources like webinars, e-courses and podcasts.
Tory Burch Foundation (@toryburchfoundation)
Need some serious motivation for achieving your dreams? Who better to learn from than Tory who’s done it herself? She’s built a foundation that raises money to support female entrepreneurs, and her account provides great inspiration and tips, along with stories of other female entrepreneurs who are rocking it.
Create & Cultivate (@createcultivate)
Follow Create & Cultivate for some serious inspiration to make the career of your dreams. I love following this one to get thought-starters and perspectives on topics that affect female entrepreneurs and working women. It’s on my bucket list to go to one of their conferences that bring women together to learn from the amazing speakers and panels they host.
Carrie Madormo (@carriemadormo)
Are you trying to start a business so you can leave your 9-to-5 and work from home? When I started following Carrie, I had just started my business and was so inspired by how she wanted to help other moms find a way to stay at home with their kids. While our seasons of life are different, I get so many great tips from her blog and Facebook group, and love following along with her journey as a mompreneur.
When following any account that gives you inspiration, don’t just scroll! Get involved chiming in yourself on topics that are important to you. Also, check out the comments – it helps to see what others who are in the same boat have to say about the posts.
For those of us running our businesses solo and working from home, this online community can help you feel part of something bigger. Let’s support each other and learn from one another!