The waves keep on erupting as Davielle Jackson CEO At Femi continues to make them by being featured in Forbes. Femi Girl Forbes article
After the huge launch of the Femi E-Comm sector release, Jackson was highlighted in Forbes for not only her business savvy effort, but her philanthropy and how she will create jobs by attacking a taboo subject of feminie hygiene.
The Forbes writer Geri Stengel writes for women@Forbes. The article reads, In 2012, Jackson developed a prototype and manufactured it overseas. Her fashionable leak-proof panty with a built-in pad that is biodegradable, disposable, and comfortable became the first product from Femi Secrets. Like many millennial African American women, Jackson sees entrepreneurship as a way to build wealth.
One of the highlights of the article is Jackson being a select few of individuals to own patents.
Usually, women, especially women of color, don’t patent their products, according to Closing the Gender Gap in Patenting, Innovation, and Commercialization by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research. But Jackson patented Pretty Panty.
As the article highlights, Jackson covers all her bases and is a force to be reckoned with. The article also highlighted the future goals of Jackson.
Jackson has bold goals — scaling to $20 million in revenue in the next three years, building her own manufacturing facility, and expanding globally. “I do want to sell at some point or we might even go public,” she said. And of course she has lots of ideas for more products.
Lets keep our eye of Femi CEO as she states The Pretty Panty is only the beginning.