If you’re seeking extra income – as many women are amid an economic crisis caused by a global pandemic – be careful of opportunities that promise too much.
Thinking about starting your own business? What does becoming an entrepreneur really mean? Before you invest your time, energy and savings into a small business, find out about the ins-and-outs of entrepreneurship.
Looking to launch amid the pandemic? Here are a few places to start (up).
Let’s burn 2020 and start fresh.
Let’s face it: the holidays are different this year. But you can still save Thanksgiving, and your local businesses, too.
A shocking number of women are leaving corporate jobs. But many are transitioning to startup life.
Outlets such as Cooking for Community help connect restaurateurs whose businesses are suffering with those who need nutritious meals.
The pandemic shouldn’t hold you back from starting your business or pivoting your existing model.
This Veterans Day, celebrate the women who served our country. Here’s a list of female veterans who started their own businesses.
WeSolar offers affordable energy to low- and moderate-income families.
Judges of the Women4Climate Tech Challenge announced four winners who are tackling climate change through their innovative products.
The annual gathering of the National Association of Women Business Owners looks a little different this year.
Sure, there’s a lot to be down about. But women entrepreneurs are also seeing new business opportunities in a changed world.
Jennifer Hill launched WeVoteByMail.org to encourage younger generations to request mail-in ballots or register to vote.
A new U.S. Chamber of Commerce forecast looks bleak for women-owned businesses, which are taking hits across the board in revenue, staffing and investments.
This motley crew of female business owners has stayed true to their city — even amid a pandemic and cries that New York is ‘dead.’