Freya took the full ride. From studying Finance & Accounting at Kellogg, to working in investment banking and business consulting, she ended up founding her own business in her parents’ living room at the age of 23 years.
4 years, 3 funding rounds, 250k users, a personal meeting with Richard Branson on Necker Island and first profitable earnings later, she suddenly decided to close the company and redistribute its accounts for the lack of significant growth perspectives.
Yet, what appeared to be a failure turned into a successful company exit on the last mile. Today, Freya has started 3 more companies, holds several board positions and actively convinces everyone to go for the entrepreneurial path as she did.