From podcasts to meditation to straight up tequila, these women have found ways to lift themselves up.
We've interviewed hundreds of successful women entrepreneurs about their small business journeys and what they learned along the way. Read the stories of inspiring startup founders, mid-stage strivers and established business leaders. Learn from the experiences of women business owners of every age working in every industry, from around the world. Discover the many paths women are taking to build great companies, break through barriers and cultivate economic and social good. Get ready! These everyday role models may well inspire you to start your own business, or give you killer ideas for growing the one you have. You may even feel inspired to share your startup story with us.
Through Aya Paper Co., SaVonne Anderson is celebrating Black joy and love while doing her part to save the planet. All in a day’s work.
After a difficult and lonely childhood, Debra White discovers peace through Winslow Farm animal sanctuary.
Wondering how to be a coach, or a business owner in general? We’ve got expert advice.
Lucy Moss of ‘Six’ and Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu of ‘Pass Over’ say lockdown and personal crises have influenced their art.
Pandemic living has forced a societal reckoning with how we structure our time spent on-the-clock – and many are finding that less is more.
For many mothers, entrepreneurship has become a means for flexibility — a necessity in this day and age.
After 15 years running Mercado Global, Ruth Álvarez-DeGolia is taking on a bigger role to aid immigrant families from Central America.
Co-working businesses had a rocky year, but these spaces are actually planning to expand.
Pride-themed merchandise isn’t necessarily a bad start – but truly lifting up the LGBTQ community is a year-round, intentional action.
Two sisters and their cousin started a new e-commerce site exclusively featuring Black-owned businesses.
The Story Exchange will award $5,000 incentive prizes to 5 female scientists addressing climate change. Application deadline: July 31.
Alexandra Williamson started Asteya after having to take time off work at the dating app due to a medical condition.
If you now carry around a reusable shopping bag, you probably have Sharon Rowe to thank.
Reopening one’s business amid a global tragedy is anything but a cut-and-dry experience, as these women entrepreneurs can tell you.