Amy Will, the fierce female entrepreneur, on a mission to inspire women to reach their highest potential, together
Amy Will, the Founder of Girl Gang The Label and Girl Gang the Podcast joins Enterprise Radio to discuss being a female entrepreneur on a mission to inspire women.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Amy Will discuss the following:
- Tell Us about Girl Gang The Label + Podcast.
- How did your Entrepreneurial journey get started?
- What do you want inspiring entrepreneurs to know; specifically our female audience?
- What has been the peak and the pit of your career, and what have you learned from both?
- What can we expect next from Girl Gang and Amy Will overall? Any new projects we should know about?
Female Founder Amy Will started her first e-commerce business at the age of 24 years old with a $100 Etsy gift card, and has since launched 4 successful brands. Before starting Girl Gang, Will held the role of Marketing Director at Tower Paddle Boards (of Shark Tank fame), having also started as their first employee. Will graduated from California Lutheran University with a Major in Communications, and was born and raised in Ventura. She moved to Los Angeles in 2014 to scale her first ecommerce business and establish a centralized office space.
Currently age 32, Will’s latest and very notable brand, Girl Gang, was created out of a want to connect and inspire women. She started by launching ‘Girl Gang the Label’ as a merchandise line with their flagship product, a “Support Your Local Girl Gang” sweatshirt. After a positive response from initial customers layered with social media buzz and organic influencer following, she decided to create a full line of products. To date the brand has secured retail partnerships with Nordstrom, The Beverly Hills Hotel, and boutique fitness studios across the US.
Founded in Los Angeles, CA by a female entrepreneur on a mission to inspire women to reach their highest potential, together. ‘Girl Gang the Label’ started with a signature collection of the “Support Your Local Girl Gang” sweatshirts and has since grown to seasonal collections that customers can shop via their online store, girlgangthelabel.com. They recently created a collaboration with Peanuts exclusively for Nordstrom, established a retail partnership with The Beverly Hills Hotel, and created an eco-friendly sweat set with the female-owned athleisure brand, Nourish Sweat Soul. A percentage of all profits are also donated to charities that focus on female education, health, and empowerment.
As a result of the social community that was built around ‘Girl Gang the Label,’ Amy Will launched a podcast in 2019 as a brand extension, ’Girl Gang the Podcast,’ where she interviews inspiring and creative women on their brands, projects and endeavors. Marie Claire featured them as “33 Best Podcasts of 2020,” (2020 Marie Claire Link) paired with various other Industry and peer recognitions. In 2020, this also branched off into an IG Live Series, expanding their audience reach.
On each episode of ‘Girl Gang the Podcast,’ Amy Will interviews women on their accomplishments, challenges and tools used to succeed in business. Amy digs deep with each guest to discover the highs and lows of being a female entrepreneur in today’s society, while also uncovering valuable advice for listeners. Whether these women lead nonprofits, are successful in-demand influencers, female executives, are self-made entrepreneurs, or female founders, Will dives into their world with a real interest and authenticity, providing engaging content for listeners. “Get ready world, the future is here and she’s a boss!” is the motto and vision of the podcast. The roster of guests to date include females from Burberry, Nike, British Vogue, Beboe, and Uber, as well as notable influencers like Bethany Mota and the founders of Girl Powerful.
Will is also co-founder of Evolving Vegan, a vegan lifestyle brand focused on helping people incorporate veganism into their daily life. Their first book was released at the end of 2020 as a result of their large and loyal social media following.
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