The China Startup Pulse

Why we create a community for women in China with Michelle Li, Founder and CEO of Sorority China

Episode Summary

When young, independent professional women struggle to find the right network, resources and support, what dilemma are they facing? In this episode, Michelle Li, founder and CEO of Sorority China, has all the answers. Coming from a single child background and having experienced living in a supportive sisterhood in school, Michelle tells her story on how she started creating a sisterhood for women entrepreneurs, growing mentors and changing the gender dynamic in China.

Episode Notes

When independent, young professional women struggle to find the right network, resources and support, what dilemma are they facing? In this episode, Michelle Li, founder and CEO of Sorority China, the first and one of a kind community and sisterhood in China for independent women, has all the answers. Coming from a single child background and having experienced living in a supportive sisterhood in school, Michelle tells her story on how she started creating a sisterhood for women entrepreneurs, growing mentors and changing the gender dynamic in China.

Michelle empathises with these women in dilemma and also shares with us some good suggestions for female entrepreneurs from her perspective.

Show Notes:
00:15 Introduction of Michelle Li
2:00 How and Why Michelle starts a community for like-minded women
9:40 Difficulties faced as a woman founder
16:50 How did Sorority China become successful
24:09 Thriving in Chinese market
26:50 The Future Ahead