The Story Exchange will award $5,000 incentive prizes to 5 female scientists addressing climate change. NOTE: Application deadline is now closed.
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Here’s what you watched this year. Spoiler alert: Stories about pet businesses were in demand.
Goodbye and good riddance, 2020. But it wasn’t all bad: Here’s the great content (if we say so ourselves) that you read this year.
Famous voices from Killer Mike to Michelle Obama stress the importance of voting.
We round up our most popular videos of 2019. Many feature women who were driven by a cause or a mission to launch a social enterprise.
Here’s a look at all your favorite articles, from words of inspiration to truly motivational startup success stories.
Interested in authoring a guest post? Here are answers to your FAQ about writing a post for publication on our platform.
We want to spotlight senior entrepreneurs who are proving that any time is a good time for starting up. Powerful 50+ women can submit entries by April 28.
In our latest podcast episode, we talk with Celeste Mergens, who created Days for Girls to empower girls and women around the world by providing reusable sanitary products and health education.
Toy and teddy bear makers, fun cookie bakers, crafters of noisemakers, shakers and more — if you’re making great gifts for kids, we want to hear from you!
The Story Exchange will spotlight female founders taking #MeToo and #TimesUp to the next level. *Deadline extended to April 30 – don’t miss out!*
The co-founder of Butter & Scotch, a Brooklyn-based dessert eatery and bar, says success as an entrepreneur is giving her the freedom to move 3,000 miles away to be with family.
The owner of an international immigration law firm says being the boss has enabled her to create the work/life balance she wants.
This Massachusetts wedding and event planner says that building her business was daunting, but the freedom and creativity she gained were worth the risk.
This Jordanian serial entrepreneur, who owns a biotech firm, a skincare company and a marketing agency, says business success has allowed her to lead by example.