Nacka Värmdö PostenRedLocker, som startades under en kurs i Ung företagsamhet på Nacka gymnasium, vill, tillsammans med Bauhaus, göra gratis mensskydd mer tillgängligt. Tidigare har RedLockers mensskyddsautomater placerats på samtliga av byggkedjans varuhus och kontor. Nu kommer 40 idrottsgymnasier runt om i landet också få gratis mensskydd. Läs mer om initiativet här
Young EntrepreneurshipThe former UF company RedLocker made a big impression in the last season of The Dragon's Den and has been noticed for its dispensers with free menstrual products. Now they take the next step and "show where the RedLockers should be". They now offer free menstrual products in 40 sports high schools across Sweden. Read more about the initiative here
Jönköpings-PostenA hundred girls and women in IF Hallby HK get access to free tampons at Idrottshuset, thanks to a contribution from a sponsor. "It's great, menstruation shouldn't stop me from playing handball" says Ia Hallqvist, 15 years old. Read more about the initiative here"
How two high school students took their UF school project to a company bringing in millions (While revolutionizing society)
Young&DrivenThis is the story of RedLocker, a company founded by Clara Lidman and Liza Eriksson whose goal is to make menstrual products freely available and break the taboo around periods once and for all! In this documentary we go through: What is RedLocker? How was the company started? How have Clara and Liza managed to raise capital even though only 1% of today's venture capital goes to women? How you can be inspired to dare to go your own way! Watch the full mini-documentary here!
Femtech has been a hot topic for venture capitalists in recent years. Both entrepreneurs and investors we talk to time and again highlight it as an big area for concern in the future. Now, for the first time, Breakit has taken a deep dive into 17 companies in a fast-growing industry: the numbers, the owners, the investors and our analysis - here's our mapping.