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We’re on a mission to change the way we see business.

We’re closing the visibility gap for women in business globally by empowering

the next generation of female entrepreneurs and women business leaders to show up and be visible.

WHAT WE DO

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Globally Spotted is a discovery and social amplification platform for female founded and led companies dedicated to championing more visibility for female driven ventures worldwide.

 

We scout the globe to find inspiring women-led companies with innovative, smart as well as purpose-driven business models. Harnessing the power of the crowd and social amplification, we hope to enable female-led enterprises with access to a wider network of supporters beyond family and friends – and help them reach broader audiences. Ultimately providing them with much needed increased exposure.

Profile[me]

On-demand mini portrait photography shoots

for women in business.

 

Profile[me] was launched in 2016 as an initiative to celebrate International Women’s Day. After successful editions in Oslo, Trondheim, Auckland (New Zealand) and Copenhagen we expanded the initiative into a daily service in January of 2019 for female entrepreneurs and women business leaders in Oslo. We’re excited to roll out and pilot the service in London in collaboration with key partners starting from May 2019.

Profile[me] was born from our desire to help female entrepreneurs and women business leaders raise their visibility by offering them the opportunity to book mini portrait sessions of 20mins with our very talented crowdsourced network of photographers at a great price. In short, ProfileMe is an invitation to show up, not to show off. To be seen, to be discovered, to be recognised. It’s definitely not about vanity, but rather about visibility.”