Welp Magazine continues its exploration of businesses that are impacting industries globally – this time focusing on women-focused companies based in Berlin, Germany. With an emphasis on industries ranging from reproductive health, healthcare, and lifestyle to sustainability and fashion, these companies have made notable contributions to women’s lives. Armed with innovative technology, a deep understanding of women’s needs, and a commitment to health and wellness, these ten Berlin-based organizations have built platforms and services that are empowering and nurturing the growth of women across the spectrum.
These companies have gone further than merely acknowledging the unique challenges women face – they have built solutions. Whether it’s through femtech solutions that enhance reproductive health, audio entertainment platforms tailored towards women or companies focused on promoting and improving women’s health during life transitions such as pregnancy and menopause. These businesses represent a new wave of female-centric entrepreneurship that goes beyond surface-level pandering.
Each business has its unique approach, but they all share a standard thread – they put females at the center. Whether creating products for women or providing platforms that enhance women’s lives, these companies are making their mark, and their base of Berlin reflects the city’s reputation as a hub of creativity and innovation. Let’s shine a spotlight on these organizations leading the charge in women’s industry.
Founded in 2012 by Hans Raffauf, Ida Tin, Mike Lavigne, and Moritz von Buttlar, Clue has become one of the first femtech companies. It supports and educates people on reproductive health from their first to last period. Join them on their social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Founded in 2017 by Alexander Leuchte, Sarah Müggenburg, and Victoria Engelhardt, keleya aims to provide women and their partners with a safe and relaxed pregnancy and birth. Check out their Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
Providing holistic coverage of womanhood from period to menopause is The Female Company by founders Ann-Sophie Claus and Sinja Stadelmaier. Keep up-to-date by following their Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter profiles.