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Australian startup markets a football boot specifically designed for women’s feet
India-based company has developed menstrual pads from banana plant fibres that are free from harsh chemicals and biodegrade within six months.
Crowdsourced data from the community could make the streets safer for women.
A new wearable device tracks menopause in women and helps counter hot flushes with cooling technology.
A German fashion chain has issued its own currency to redress the gender pay gap for women.
A new app empowers women in Brazil by recording gender-based violence in public spaces.
A subscription feminine hygiene company uses AI to predict exactly when women will need products each month.
We spoke to co-founders Bethany Edwards and Anna Simpson, who are focusing on providing women with an ethical and sustainable product to help women find out if they’re pregnant in a convenient and private way.
A new Indian customer-to-customer platform aims to help local women build home-based retail businesses.
Womentum is currently supporting women entrepreneurs in India, Uganda, Columbia and Ecuador.
New clothing lender Boro allows customers to rent designer fashion and help save waste and expense.
A new range of women’s shoes transforms from heels to flats and back again in seconds.
Helping tell a more complete story of history, crowdsourced app The Whole Story adds virtual statues of notable women to any location in the world.
German non-profit social cause URIDU has developed a solar powered MP3 player that’s being given out to illiterate women in East Africa to educate on health and life skills.
In the north Tokyo Iwate Prefecture, taxi company Furusato Kotsu now provides the Sankyu pregnancy service for women’s pre-natal and birth hospital trips.
In Brazil, a new app uses the smartphone to detect and help reduce Manterrupting.
French platform allows candidates who have experienced career breaks, retraining and expatriation can use their experience to their advantage.