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The Tinder-inspired Networking app for Entrepreneurial Women!

“Being an entrepreneur is isolating at times. Our friends and family don’t understand why we put in the long hours, money and energy into something we know will make a difference in this world. The craft takes time. The building takes time. The success takes time. BUT the journey doesn’t have to be lonely.” – League of Extraordinary Women

Ever wished there was a ‘Networking Tinder’ for savvy Business women? It’s coming!

For those who are extroverts, networking events may seem like a walk in the park. But what about those who are a little more introverted, or maybe don’t have the opportunity to attend networking meet-ups?

If you’ve ever wanted to start your own business, unleash that creative idea you’ve been dreaming up for years, or pick the brains of like-minded entrepreneurs, then you’ll love this new prototype app currently being developed.

The League Women App


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“The entrepreneur’s path to success is one of the most isolating experiences. We need the encouragement and support of other women like ourselves because it will give us the inspiration and courage we need to succeed.” – League of Extraordinary Women

Much like the conferences run by ‘The League of Extraordinary Women (LOEW)’, this hot new app – inspired by dating platforms such as Bumble and Happn – aims to connect like-minded business women around the globe.

Speaking recently about the app, LOEW Co-Founder Sheryl Thai (who is also the Founder of Cupcake Central) explained how she had been inspired to create a tech platform that allowed entrepreneurs from all different backgrounds (including countries that suffer from gender oppression or lack support for business women) to create genuine connections.

How will it work?


By creating a profile and answering a series of quizzes, entrepreneurial women can discover like-minded people near their location to connect with. Much like Tinder, women can ‘swipe right’ on profiles, and chat with new connections.

The app will also allow women to sign in using their LinkedIn, as opposed to Facebook, and eventually Thai hopes to add a feature where women can organise meet ups through the app.

Currently, Thai and LOEW’s brand manager Maeva Haim are in the process of finding out if there is a need for the app within the U.S, and are meeting with investors to raise $1 million in seed funding; with hopes of getting a test version up and running.

To find out more about the app, keep in the loop about its release, or sign up as a league member, head to their website today!