Watch The Story Exchange’s video profiles of women entrepreneurs who immigrated to the United States and built businesses that created opportunities for themselves and others.
Samantha Stephens, founder of OatMeals in New York, is warming bellies and hearts while realizing her long-held dream of transforming oats into an all-day dish.
Aileen Gemma Smith, founder and CEO of Vizalytics Technology, uses her passion for open data to help other small businesses succeed.
These women business owners are raising money for ventures that specialize in farming, fashion, food — and everything in between.
Entrepreneurship helped Kaare Long, founder of A Cue Creative Consulting, take control over her life and destiny.
Ten great holiday presents to help the people in your life enter 2016 feeling healthy, happy and energized.
Businesses shut their doors for a variety of reasons, as some women in our 1,000 Stories project learned — the hard way.
We take a uniquely deep look at why women start companies, how they view success, their top challenges and their most inspiring role models. Learn how women are debunking the myths of entrepreneurship and doing business their way.
We collected and analyzed the stories of 1,000 women business owners. Our key findings paint a picture of female entrepreneurship that’s far bigger and far richer than the prevailing business culture would suggest.
Over 1,000 women business owners told us why they chose entrepreneurship. We examined their stories to better understand what drives them.
Women are debunking the myth that entrepreneurship is about building the next big thing and making millions. Their goals are more lofty — and arguably more difficult.
The nuts-and-bolts work of running a business preoccupies many women entrepreneurs. Are they thinking strategically enough and soon enough to build the strongest, best companies they can?
When it comes to role models, the women entrepreneurs who took part in our 1,000 Stories campaign revere one key family member over all other influencers.
The latest edition of our ongoing crowdfunding column looks at women business owners raising money for products that promote relaxation and good health.
This San Diego entrepreneur turned “human-grade” pet food into a multimillion dollar business.