Women Entrepreneurship Week
Ohio University proudly participates in Women Entrepreneurship Week during October 17-21, 2022, along with more than 242 universities and colleges in 32 countries, in this global movement to celebrate and inspire female founders.
"I've Got 99 Problems...Let's Solve One" with Claire Coder
October 21, 2022 • 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. • CoLab
Claire Coder founded Aunt Flow after experiencing a *real* problem... getting her period in public without a tampon or pad. This crisis-moment has turned into Aunt Flow - a multi-million dollar business, stocking 23k+ bathrooms with organic cotton period products. During this wild workshop, Coder will share her journey of raising $11m in venture capital, getting scammed out of $40k, and of course the *blood,* sweat, and tears it took to build her global company. In this workshop, Coder will guide you through the process of turning your problems into multi-million dollar companies.
What everyday problems do you face? Snoozing your alarm? Misplacing your keys? Coder will guide you through the process of turning your problems into multi-million dollar companies.
All students are invited to attend!
About Claire Coder
Claire Coder (Forbes 30 Under 30) is the founder and CEO of Aunt Flow. On a mission to make the world better for people with periods, Aunt Flow stocks organizations with tampons and pads. Under Claire's leadership, Aunt Flow launched patented tampon and pad dispensers in 23k+ bathrooms, donated 1.6 million tampons and pads, and raised $11M+ in venture capital. Coder launched her first company at age 16, designed a bag for Vera Bradley that sold out in 24 hours, and has her own line of GIFs. The 25 year old Thiel Fellow has been featured in TeenVogue, Forbes, and starred in TLC's Girl Starter Season 1.