This week Brian Mac Mahon speaks with Sennai Atsbeha and Ravneet Vohra.
In this episode, Brian, Ravneet and Sennai talk about how Wear Your Voice started, their vision, their very first major investor, and the challenges that they faced upon starting their company. We’ll also learn more about Wear Your Voice’s community and how they intend to expand this.
A few words from Wear Your Voice: Wear Your Voice is a digital magazine that prioritizes the voices of marginalized communities, we are for and by LGBTQIA+ Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC). We publish reported articles, features, personal essays, and critical analyses of current events, politics, entertainment, culture, sexuality, health, and more.
Top 5 Favorite Moments:
2:49 How did Wear Your Voice start?
13:10 Wear Your Voice does not only cater to women of color but to the LGBTQIA+ Black, Indigenous and BIPOC as well.
17:02 Her tight budget made Ravneet struggle to do things differently. However, she managed to create good quality content that her community loves to engage with.
18:56 Mark Cuban is Wear Your Voice’s first main investor because Wear Your Voice is not just for LGBTQ+ and people of color, but for everyone.
35:09 Wear Your Voice is partnering with WeFunder to raise $1M for their brand partnerships to create more content and grow faster.
email@example.com – Ravneet Vohra email address
firstname.lastname@example.org – Sennai Atsheba email address