Snappy’s Co-Founder and CEO, Hani Goldstein, Honored in Inc. Magazine’s Female Founders 100 List

The entrepreneurs on Inc.’s fourth annual Female Founders 100 list have transformed every major industry in America

Snappy, an award-winning gifting platform helping organizations create connections through the power of gifting, is proud to announce their Co-Founder and CEO, Hani Goldstein, was included in the Inc. Female Founders 100 list. This accomplishment comes hot on the heels of Snappy being named the second fastest-growing woman-led company in America on the Inc. 5000 list.

Inc.’s Female Founders award honors the most exceptional, trailblazing, and diverse group of 100 women who powered through adversity in a very tough year and changed the world. The final list honors entrepreneurs of every age, background, and geography—from very early-stage founders with world-changing ideas to women who have taken companies public, sold them to big buyers, or spent decades building and running their businesses. These women are leading innovative companies in a vast range of global industries, including tech, retail, finance, fitness, health care, consumer products, food, and more.

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“It’s an honor to be recognized among inspiring women like Jessica Alba, Tracee Ellis Ross, and more,” said Hani Goldstein, Co-Founder and CEO of Snappy. “I’d like to share this recognition with our entire Snappy team. Together, we work hard to spread smiles through the power of kindness and giving to over 1,400 enterprise customers including Microsoft, Comcast, Zoom, and Uber. I’d also like to applaud the success of all the other female-founded businesses mentioned on the list and beyond!”

Inc. editors and writers went through thousands of impressive applications that revealed how so many female founders triumphed in a year filled with challenges. The result is an incredible list of founders who have improvised, adapted, and made something from nothing. They join game-changing past honorees Jessica Alba, Tracee Ellis Ross, Rihanna, Shonda Rhimes, and more. Taken together, they represent the female-led future of business.

“The 100 women highlighted on this list are inspiring, creative, tenacious, and trailblazing role models in entrepreneurship. What’s more is they were able to achieve success during one of the toughest years ever. That’s something certainly worth celebrating,” says Inc. editor-in-chief Scott Omelianuk.

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