Panel of entrepreneurial women of all ages depth their paths to results

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue Foundry not long ago hosted a Females in Entrepreneurship panel that featured four founders, co-founders and CEOs who spoke about how they have labored to get to their latest positions.

This panel was part of a larger sized celebration, the #Startup Purdue Expo, a collection of “entrepreneurship competitions” that showcased the panel as nicely as a fireplace chat with Purdue alumni and a startup showcase.

The 4 highlighted business owners in the panel included Sherine Abdelmawla, co-founder and CEO of Akanocure Prescribed drugs Jennifer Crandall, founder and CEO of Secure Food items En Route, LLC Bilsha Das, founder and CEO of Cimul and Liane Hart, co-founder and CEO of Verility, Inc.

The Girls in Entrepreneurship panel consisted of a collection of inquiries hosted by Baylee Neff, director of Purdue Foundry, pertaining to the participants’ preferred aspect of remaining business owners, what their most important troubles have been, what their common working day looks like, and a lot more.