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Standing Out In A Male Dominate Field

Four years ago Louise Joseph opened Dough Girls Pizza. From a specially outfitted food truck, Dough Girls creates wood fired gourmet pizzas.
Louise Joseph, Owner of Dough Girls Pizza
Meet Louise Joseph
 

Owner, Dough Girls Pizza

The Backstory

Four years ago Louise Joseph opened Dough Girls Pizza. From a specially outfitted food truck, Dough Girls creates wood fired gourmet pizzas. They make the sauce and the dough themselves and source the freshest local ingredients. You can find her truck all over lower Fairfield County at local events, fairs, festivals, and farmers markets. Joseph will even bring her pizza truck to you as they cater both private and corporate events.

As a woman owned business, particularly in the food industry, Joseph has found there are many challenges. “It is a very male dominated field here in the United States,” she points out. “Even though it’s 2019 people still aren’t used to women cooking and especially women making pizza.”

 

How Women's Business Development Council Helped

To help with these challenges Joseph found the WBDC to be an indispensable part of growing her business. After a friend suggested she give the organization a try, she met with them and soon found that there was much to be learned from the classes and the network of other women entrepreneurs. “I wish I knew about it before I started my business but you know, better late than never. I scream it from the rooftops, I tell everyone about the WBDC!”

 

Find Out More About Dough Girls Pizza

For more information visit www.doughgirlsonthego.com.