We’re highlighting 7 incredible companies founded by women, building products + services for women… and guess what? They’re hiring!
Daye exists to bridge the gender gap in medical research and innovation. Their goals are to bridge the gender gap in medical research, and product innovation, by designing products rooted in science and inspired by women’s intuition.They strongly advocate for gender equality in healthcare, recognising that gynaecological health is a vital aspect of overall human health, despite historical bias in medical research towards male physiology. We were thrilled to see that Valentina Milanova 🇺🇦, Founder of Daye was featured in Red Magazine UK‘s round-up of female trailblazers to celebrate #IWD 2023.
From Digital Marketing to Senior Design Engineer, check out some of their roles here
A favourite of our very own Managing Director, Laura Jones, Peanut was created with the idea that no one should have to navigate womanhood alone. Especially the hard parts. Their mission is to provide a social network for women to connect across fertility, pregnancy, motherhood and menopause. So far, over 3M women use Peanut monthly to build friendships, find support, and learn from one another.
If you haven’t listened to CEO and Founder, Michelle Kennedy speak before, may we highly recommend Holly Tucker’s Conversations of Inspiration podcast on banishing the taboos surrounding motherhood.
Hertility is a women’s health company built by women, for women. They’re shaping the future of reproductive healthcare by pioneering unique diagnostic testing that provides data-driven and advanced insights into reproductive health, fertility decline and the onset of menopause. They provide expert advice, education and access to care – all from the comfort of your home.
Definitely one to keep an eye on, check out their roles here.
Elvie is a health and lifestyle brand developing smarter technology for women. Their first product, Elvie Trainer, is an award-winning app-connected Kegel trainer that helps women strengthen the pelvic floor via fun, five-minute workouts. Launched in October 2015 to great acclaim, they’ve taken the wellness industry by storm!
We’ve been lucky enough to host Elvie at our events and on our discussion panel – they’re always looking for ambitious, smart people to join. Take a look at their roles here.
When you’re dealing with chronic pain, life can be overwhelming and isolating. FrendoApp is your community, social network, health tracker and insight tool, all in one app. Empowering endometriosis patients and those with suspected endometriosis symptoms. This month marks endometriosis awareness month – there are more women and AFAB individuals living with endometriosis than asthma & diabetes.
Launching this year, you can take a read of Dearbhail’s story and what led her to starting Frendo here.
A complete hormone toolkit in one app. Hormona is your own personal hormone assistant giving you personalised, evidence-based, scientific advice to help you better understand and live in harmony with your hormones. Track your symptoms, and get tailored tips and valuable insights into your hormonal health.
They’ve been awarded one of the 50 Most Impactful Companies to work for in the UK and continue to commit to creating a workplace environment where all employees feel that they are making a genuine impact on an important cause. Keep an eye out for job roles here.
There are 3.8 billion women in the world. They’re on a mission to make personalised menopause care the norm, delivering immediate relief as well as reducing the long-term impact of osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and dementia.Their core product is Stella – an app that supports women through menopause with personalised treatment plans backed by the latest science and support from trained experts.
If you’re a Frontend Developer, Data Scientist or Cloud Engineer – take a look at their current openings added today on LinkedIn!