This holiday season, The Story Exchange is curating a list of science-inspired gifts made by women business owners. Enter by Nov. 15.
Has your business been affected by Hurricane Sandy? Here are some resources and organizations that may be able to offer you help in the tri-state area.
The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy will affect businesses for weeks if not months. And for small businesses, the backbone of New York City’s economy, a blow from a disaster like Sandy can have a huge impact.
Three days after Hurricane Sandy swept the tri-state area, small businesses are struggling to get back to normal.
Did you know that 40% of businesses do not open after a disaster? The U.S. Small Business Administration helps you prepare your business for Hurricane Sandy.
Women have access to less capital when starting their businesses. One of the reasons is because women have lower income levels, so less money to put into a start up.
Small business wages are growing faster than their medium and large-sized business counterparts, according to quarterly data released by PayScale.
Restrictions on women’s participation in business and the labor force are costing “massive amounts” of economic growth and income around the world and slowing the recovery says Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Since entrepreneurship isn’t a cookie-cutter career, everything is pretty much learned along the way. However, I really wish I knew — and accepted – these three things from the very beginning.
Women in business can get what they want with a bit of flirting, a new study finds. Have you flirted to get your way on the job?
Even though women are starting businesses at a higher rate then the national average, they contribute only 4% of the U.S. revenue. Count Me In CEO Nell Merlino is determined to change that.
Do women business owners have real maternity leave? San Francisco Chronicle’s Karen E. Klein looks deeper into the reality of expecting moms in executive positions.
Supermodel turned super-mogul Kathy Ireland opens up about the three people who influenced her life the most. She shared her inspiring story as a keynote speaker at the NAWBO Women’s Business Conference on Friday, Oct. 5.
While there’s finally demand for women in the technological field, too few of them have computer science or engineering backgrounds to take on tech jobs.
There is a movement brewing among young people who are waking up to the problems around them and taking action in meaningful, effective ways. Learn more about Talia, who mobilized kids to raise $10 million for Hurricane Katrina Relief.
A new pan-European campaign aimed at supporting young entrepreneurs will launch in March in key European markets – the UK, Germany, Poland, Italy and Spain — with plans to expand across the continent in subsequent years.