Outlets such as Cooking for Community help connect restaurateurs whose businesses are suffering with those who need nutritious meals.
Finding Support & Guidance
Finding a mentor and learning how to network is critical to business success. Peer advisory groups can help you make better business decisions. As you grow your company, you'll want to tap the expertise of successful women entrepreneurs who have already navigated the entrepreneurial journey.
Sevetri Wilson is rapidly scaling her business after an $8 million shot of venture capital.
With a mix of savvy and compassion, these socially conscious women are lending a helping hand as more people go hungry during Covid-19.
The online resource has partnered with the CEO and chairwoman of the Garcia Companies and TGC Management to offer grants to Latinx business owners.
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.
Industry leaders in Chicago saw an opportunity to get businesses launched by their fellow females off the ground.
The actress joins other celebrities in expanding the National Women’s Soccer League.
These Woman-Owned Real Estate Firms Were Forced to Get Creative. One Is Anticipating Plenty of Divorces
Women in real estate talk about the effects of Covid-19 on the housing market and their companies.
The iconic fashion brand has taken a giant hit, laying off most of its staff and closing several retail locations.
Stephanie Samperi-González of Brooklyn, NY, was inspired to create the clear masks for her relative, who is hard of hearing.
The actress (and beauty business owner) sang the praises of online makers whose at-home ventures are “sparking joy.”
A Bookstore With 10,000 Donors. A Famous Improv Club With ‘Wild’ Fans. Meet 5 Women-Owned Businesses on GoFundMe
Local businesses from around the country turn to the fundraising site to stay afloat during Covid-19.
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.
The billionaire businesswoman is offering the money to 1,000 female entrepreneurs struggling during the coronavirus crisis.