KRISTINA LINDHE MENTORSHIP AND SO MUCH MORE
Kristina Lindhe is an entrepreneur with long, solid experience and multiple awards. As CEO, creative director and founder of Lexington Company, she has always had a strong commitment to young women and gender equality within the business world. The entrepreneur, together with Lexington Company, continues to promote and support women through the newly launched Kristina Lindhe Mentorship.
This page is where you can read more about the mentorship program and find entrepreneurial inspiration. From pieces about Kristina's entrepreneurial tips and journey to Q&As with the mentorship program jury and winner, here's where you'll find all things entrepreneurship. Expect to learn and grow as you explore the different stories that might just be the key to your entrepreneurial dreams.
“It’s something I wanted for myself when I started.”— Kristina Lindhe on mentorship
Kristina Lindhe Mentorship Award Ceremony
If you're like us, then you must've been holding your breath for the past must wanting to know who would be the very first recipient of the Kristina Lindhe Mentorship. The news has been out a few days now, but if you missed the big reveal, here's your chance to watch the recording of the ceremony which was broadcast live June 9.
Kristina Lindhe Mentorship
Are you a female-identifying entrepreneur looking to take your business to the next level? Find out how you can create and manage a strong, long-lasting, global business with the help of Kristina Lindhe, CEO, founder and creative director of an international company. PLEASE NOTE: The Application is closed for this year, and the winner is announced. You can, however, read more about the mentorship and prepare for the next application period.
Kristina Lindhe's Road To Success
Award-winning entrepreneur Kristina Lindhe, founder and creative director of the Lexington Company, has made an impressive journey with the Lexington Company lifestyle brand since its inception more than 20 years ago. Find out what her entrepreneurial journey was like.