Forbes.com Interviews Joylux CEO, Colette Courtion on Women-Lead Startups
Joylux CEO & Founder, Colette Courtion, is featured on Forbes.com this month in an enlightening article by Laura Inamedinova on the current state of women’s health and the taboo nature of pelvic floor disorders.
“Over 30 million women in the US struggle with pelvic floor disorders, but a majority of them suffer in silence. Comparatively, 18 million men suffer from erectile dysfunction, and not only is it a more socially accepted conversation to have, but it is also a tremendous financial success. In fact, global sales for products like Viagra were over $4.3 billion in 2012.”
Check it out now to learn more about the funding disparity in our male-dominated investment community and advice for other women entrepreneurs.