San Francisco entrepreneur and backpack maker Phuong Mai, owner of P.MAI, hopes to make it onto your shoulders.
Daisy Jing, founder of skincare company Banish, conquered her own lifelong skin issues with all-natural remedies. Now, she’s selling products that bottle what she learned — and is making millions.
How the search for a strategic partner gave the Houston-based owner of Nicholas Earth Printing a new lease on entrepreneurial life.
Kathleen Messmer, founder and owner of Anvil Springs Entertainment, is doing her part to fix the movie industry’s gender imbalance by putting more women behind the camera.
Angelica Garcia-Dunn’s personal life took a terrible hit. Instead of becoming bitter or giving up, she decided to shake up the Texas freight industry.
Congresswoman and former entrepreneur Joyce Beatty has walked the walk as a small business advocate during her two terms representing Ohio’s 3rd district. And she’s not done yet.
Lavanya Coodly, who debuted her spring/summer 2017 collection during NYFW, is a fashion-industry newcomer who is building a name for herself.
First-time Democratic congressional candidate and law firm owner Eileen Bedell is bringing a lifetime of personal experiences and insights to her campaign to represent Virginia’s 7th district.
Meet three women entrepreneurs who took on the male-dominated world of equity investing and got cash infusions to expand their companies under terms just right for them.
Many women business owners believe debt is “bad,” but it can be a very good thing for entrepreneurs who want to expand their reach, without giving up ownership or control to an equity investor.
Republican congressional candidate Lori Bartley, who aims to represent Texas’ 18th district, says her faith and determination have helped her navigate hardships, start a business and take on a political campaign.
Laura Zander has relied on cash and cash alone to build a $9 million business. For her, getting scale has been more about honing product strategy and organizational chops than injecting capital, she says.
Sue Googe, a GOP congressional candidate from North Carolina, says her harsh upbringing in communist China and second life as an entrepreneur in America inspired her to get involved in politics.
Young women are charging into entrepreneurship. We talked to five dynamos who founded businesses in college or soon after — and learned a lot about the benefits of starting up young.
Funlayo Alabi’s venture, Shea Radiance, suffered a huge setback a few years ago. But purpose and passion gave her the strength to weather the storm.