Stephanie Samperi-González of Brooklyn, NY, was inspired to create the clear masks for her relative, who is hard of hearing.
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.
She Launched a Platform to Help Overwhelmed New Moms in Normal Circumstances. Then Came the Pandemic
Chelsea Allison never could have predicted she would raise a new baby and launch a startup before coronavirus changed our way of life.
It was not an easy decision for House of Ruff owner CJ Tomlinson to open her doors again in the midst of a pandemic, but she knew it was the right one.
Think entrepreneurship might be for you? Now could be the time to find out. Here are small business ideas you can launch while quarantined.
The Bookworm of Edwards in Edwards, Colorado — population 10,000 — has been fueled by its fiercely loyal community during the pandemic.
Need Something New to Watch on Netflix? Try This Miniseries About The First ‘Self-Made’ Female Millionaire
The four-part series focuses on the life of Sarah Breedlove, also known as haircare maven Madam C.J. Walker.
Buffy Lloyd-Krejci, who recently founded IPCWell to combat infectious diseases in nursing homes, never imagined her services would come during a global pandemic.
With the publishing industry in flux about which writers deserve to be promoted, new imprints run by women and those who identify as nonbinary are racing to fill a gap.
In these troubling times, who couldn’t use a little comfort – and fun? The Story Exchange staff has pulled together a list of our favorite uptempo, pro-women songs to brighten your days.
Fresh Bellies founder Saskia Sorrosa is at the helm of a new business trend: organic, healthy baby food for sophisticated palates.
These motivational words from five successful black women business owners made us seriously contemplate the “why” behind starting and scaling a business.
Caitlin Meister has carved out a successful business based on a niche market of upper-crust families, many of whom value an unconventional approach to learning.
By marching to the beat of her own (synthesized) drum, the emerging pop artist won big on music’s biggest night.
After a cooking accident left her with burns, skincare entrepreneur Sally Olivia Kim of Crushed Tonic turned to collagen to heal herself.
Ashley Merrill started Lunya after growing sick of wearing her husband’s old T-shirts at home.