Dominique Reighard-Brooks, once a successful model and entertainer, now co-owns moving company E.E. Ward, the oldest black-owned business in America.
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.
We asked women entrepreneurs how the longest government shutdown in the nation’s history is affecting their businesses.
We asked more than 30 women entrepreneurs what they do to stay motivated in their business on those inevitable tough days. Their answers will inspire you.
During a recent conversation, the iconic fashion designer turned social entrepreneur urged women just starting out in business to tune in to their gifts and where they’re being guided.
Four participants in Rent the Runway’s accelerator, Project Entrepreneur, discuss how being connected to women mentors and cohorts gave them hope for the future, and a roadmap to growth.
The entrepreneurial duo behind the fashion startup know firsthand the importance of a strong, supportive network. Through Project Entrepreneur, they want to make sure other women have one, too.
That favorite restaurant, where you’ve enjoyed dinner? It might just be the best place to do your remote work.
How do you network if you’re an introvert, or simply quiet and reserved? Patricia Lenkov has the answer.
Patricia Lenkov of Agility Executive Search says outside advisors can bring your small business the experience and wisdom that you may be missing.
Online accelerator Springboard Enterprises has connected hundreds of women entrepreneurs to its network of experts who have “been there, run that.”
The Boulder, Colo.-based tech accelerator looks for all-star teams when deciding who to accept into its 40 international business programs.
A look at several organizations helping LGBT entrepreneurs find success and one another.
No one builds a successful company alone. Our panelists discuss the importance of relationships and community.
Blogger, author and biz expert Mary Foley offers entrepreneurs tips on how to avoid feeling awkward or speechless at events.
Our panel of experts provide tips on what to do when business isn’t so great.