This holiday season, The Story Exchange is curating a list of science-inspired gifts made by women business owners. Enter by Nov. 15.
Learn the do’s and don’ts of phone etiquette and speaking with potential customers.
Joy Opfer, one of the entrepreneurs we profiled, has major discounts on her eco-friendly jewelry collection worn by celebrities.
“No one believed indigenous women could be international entrepreneurs – not even their own husbands.” Read and WATCH how Ruth DeGolia proved everyone wrong.
If you want to stand out and gift your loved ones something special this holiday season, check out our list of women-made and owned options.
As a young woman, Hanny Lerner did something that most would find impossible; she broke away from her family, friends and tight knit community.
An idea is not a plan. It’s a car without an engine. Execution is ultimately what determines our success in any given venture. Here are 10 principles to achieve that.
With images of shoppers fighting over merchandise on Black Friday, the spirit of giving seems lost in the extreme materialism that the holidays have come to represent. Charitable groups are starting a new holiday tradition, called Giving Tuesday.
Problems can be opportunities – if you look for them that is. For small business owners, there’s been plenty of soul searching as a result of the great recession.
There is a historical gender-bias in investment and finance, with women often considered “too soft” and “not enough returns-focused.” However, the trend is changing.
“People form an opinion of you within 30 seconds of meeting you before you even say a word.” That’s the mantra by which Sheila P. Coates has lived her life and founded her business BYOB (Be Your Own Brand).
First impressions are crucial, especially when you’re trying to get potential investors on your side. And the first thing everyone sees, before you even open your mouth, is the way you’re dressed.
November is a busy month for people who own their own companies. Not only are the holidays right around the corner (good news for businesses, holiday sales are projected to increase by 3.7 percent this year)…
As business prototypes have changed with the advent and growth of the internet, so have the unique issues encountered by women in business. Below are five of these challenges and solutions to overcome and achieve success.
Feminism is defined as “the theory of the political, economic and social equality of the sexes.” That definition got me thinking, what would society look like if the word “theory” was taken out of the definition and women had perfect equality.
In New York a new holiday market is offering products from women-owned sustainable businesses that are making a difference around the world.