Stories of entrepreneurial women around the world who are building great companies, breaking through barriers and cultivating economic and social good.

Student Debt, a Burden for Female Entrepreneurs

Women are saddled with two-thirds of America’s $1.3 trillion in student debt — and given the persistent gender pay gap, they often have less ability to pay. The burden weighs heavily on their startup stories. What can be done?


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A Female Pilot Soars as a Niche Entrepreneur

Chelsea Abingdon Welch is the female founder of The Abingdon Co., which makes high-end watches for women in male-dominated pursuits like flight and diving who are tired of settling for “a pink or small version of men’s stuff.”

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Three Good Women

Stand-out entrepreneurs who are doing well and doing good.

The Power List

Our 2015 list of women entrepreneurs, ages 35 to 55, leading successful, established, growing businesses.

Young Women
to Watch

Our 2014 list of promising young entrepreneurs shows a generation that's blowing through barriers.

Entrepreneur Tips
on Inc.

Words of wisdom from select women business owners featured in our podcast.

Our Stories
on Forbes

A selection of entrepreneur profiles we publish as Forbes Entrepreneur contributors.

As Seen in
The New York Times

A collection of TSE videos and articles featured in The Times' "Who's the Boss" blog.