5 women entrepreneurs to stalk on Instagram

What do women entrepreneurs post on social media? Not that different from you and I, it seems. Their Instagram feeds are a mix of travel pictures, family, friends and #foodporn. Oh, don’t forget the occasional selfie. You’ll also get a peek into exclusive behind-the-scenes of their hectic work life!

1. Cheryl Gan, Founder of Mt. Sapola (read her feature story here)

A mother of four, you’ll find endearing family pictures and a glimpse into her business trips to the Mt. Sapola’s factories and harvesting fields of the organic ingredients used in their essential oils.

Our Harvest shoot #barnandpotter #mountsapola #mtsapola #essentialoil #aromatherapy

A photo posted by Cheryl Gan (@cherylgan) on

2. Pauline Ng, Founder of Porcelain Face Spa (read her feature story here)

An adventurer, a diver, a musician and owner of a beauty salon. Her feed will make you want to book the next flight out to an idyllic beach getaway.

3. Beh Hwee Sze, Co-founder of Upside Motion

When she’s not hanging upside down, this LadyBoss is definitely a foodie.  

Taking my grippy-socks-in-studio house rule seriously. 😉 #WeAreUpsiders #UpsideMotion

A photo posted by Sze (@szebits) on

4. Rachel Lim, Co-founder of Love Bonito (read her feature story here)

Rachel has the biggest following out of all the LadyBosses here, it comes as no surprise her online retail business’ Instagram account Love Bonito has a total of 94.1k followers. She’s always impeccably styled in her #ootd and her feed consists of only perfectly lit, hi-res pictures!

5. Pocket Sun, Founder of SoGal Ventures

Silicon Valley, Hong Kong, Bali and Singapore are just some locations that Pocket travels to, for speaking engagements and to invest in women-driven startups around the globe.  

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