Femspace is taking the “cute girl thing” and turning it into an industry
The fema company is taking a new approach to training the next generation of female entrepreneurs.
Femspace, a website focused on mentoring women entrepreneurs, has opened up a new branch called “The Fema Training Academy,” which has already taken in women from across the globe to train and showcase their skills.
The program will run for four weeks and is free to anyone with an interest in becoming a fema trainer.
The Academy will have a focus on female entrepreneurs with a focus in the Bay Area, New York, and London.
According to the site, the training is designed to “train women to become a better entrepreneur through engaging in real life, practical mentoring.”
While the program has its roots in Femscape, Fema founder Emily Nolen said that it’s the “femestop of the fema trainings” that has been created for women.
“It’s been about making the journey from the femaleness of the person to the femme, and I think that the Fema training program really helps us make that journey,” she told TechCrunch.
“We’re going to be focusing on the female entrepreneurship aspect and the business side, and the rest of the time it’s just about the femestop.”
The Femaless movement is a gender-focused movement that aims to empower women in the workplace by providing a platform for them to connect with their potential business owners.
Femspaces offer a platform to share ideas, connect with potential clients, and create careers.
The movement has gained steam in recent years, especially in Silicon Valley and New York City.
Femaspaces have been a hot topic of conversation recently after it was revealed that a number of men have used the site to seek out female co-workers.
In an interview with ABC News, a woman described the Femaspace as a “fantasy world” that she found “filling with fun.”
The company’s founder said that the training program is a response to that.
“Women in tech are going to find that it is not about what you look like or your gender, but the way you connect with other women,” she said.
“And if you’re like, ‘What can I do to help women?’ the Femalestop can help you with that.”
Femspaces is one of the few places for women to have a place to learn and network with other female entrepreneurs, according to Nolen.
“It’s the first time that women are coming together to learn from each other and have real-world opportunities to network,” she explained.
“There’s a lot of opportunities to connect and have these conversations, and that’s why we’re building it.
It’s about giving women a place where they can come and be part of a community.”
Females make up about 17 percent of the tech industry, but they have made significant strides in recent decades.
According to the International Business Times, in 2015, just 6 percent of female software developers worked in Silicon, but by 2020 that number was up to 14 percent.
As of 2014, female engineers made up nearly two-thirds of the engineers in tech.