Kryshon Bratton of Houston runs a solid pool-building company, but she sees her real opportunity for profit and scale in another sort of construction business.
Serial entrepreneur Jody Levy’s latest business, WTRMLN WTR, is grabbing the attention of everyone from fitness fanatics and superstars to everyday consumers.
Maryann Piazza’s New York firm, Majestic Vending & Services, has endured a national tragedy, economic downturn and a natural disaster. But it has always come out on top.
The Story Exchange highlights three stand-out women-owned companies that are “doing well and doing good.” Learn how the women behind these businesses are creating organizations of impact that reach well beyond themselves.
Rebecca Thomley has established a pervasive culture of volunteerism at Orion Associates. All of its more than 2,500 employees are expected to participate in community work.
Audra Fordin of Great Bear Auto Repair and Women Auto Know wants her fellow females to get comfortable in a traditionally male space.
Miriam Farhan started The Market Find to bring empowerment and economic opportunity to Pakistani women like her.
The Story Exchange presents our shortlist of stand-out female entrepreneurs who run businesses that are not only doing well, but doing good in the world.
The feisty owner of Toronto menswear retailer Gotstyle is mixing and matching old-school service and digital technologies in a bid to survive — and thrive — in an increasingly tough industry.
Samentha Tiller took a giant leap of faith when she started DMI Technologies a decade ago — and never stopped thinking big.
The founder of Chicago-based Open Books has built a high-impact literacy nonprofit by applying everything she learned as a serial tech entrepreneur.
Passion provided the spark for Dani Klein-Williams’ photography studio, but it was creative thinking and hard work that turned it into a thriving and long-lasting business.
Donna Peal founded the non-profit Pro Bono Network to make volunteering easy for stay-at-home moms on hiatus from legal careers.
Melanie Moss of confectionery Mini Melanie was destined to be a chef. It just took her awhile to walk down that path.
The upstate New York flower farmer is creating a farm and flower business that gives her the life she wants.