A new poll by Groupon for National Women’s Small Business Month reveals the obstacles (and rewards) that women business owners experience.
Articles that help us understand the realities of female business ownership and the trends affecting women entrepreneurs.
The philanthropist says she wants to expand women’s power and influence in the U.S.
Without Nualphan Lamsam’s help, Thailand’s women’s national team may never have made it to the World Cup.
Kate Ryder aims to help women in the workplace by building a telehealth company that puts quality healthcare at their fingertips.
#ResistList: Schooled by tough experiences, Sarah Walsh of Caffe d’Amore points the way for women entrepreneurs who want to create a post-#MeToo workplace where everyone is welcome and mutual respect is a way of life.
A majority of female founders in America get most of their income from their businesses, according to SCORE.
There’s actually a lot of overlap between the creative and entrepreneurial worlds, writes April Chen, a student at Babson College and co-founder of Gentle.
April Chen, a student entrepreneur at Babson College and co-founder of Gentle, says she has learned to outperform the limits set by fear.
The Story Exchange will spotlight female founders taking #MeToo and #TimesUp to the next level. *Deadline extended to April 30 – don’t miss out!*
Women are saddled with two-thirds of America’s $1.3 trillion in student debt — and given the persistent gender pay gap, they often have less ability to pay. The burden weighs heavily on their startup stories. What can be done?
Holiday markets and fairs are giving female entrepreneurs rich opportunities to interact with customers face-to-face, at a time when many holiday shoppers have moved online.
Finding community, taking initiative and persevering were major themes among the female entrepreneurs and leaders assembled in Detroit for the Women’s Convention.
A new report from the U.S. National Women’s Business Council examines the very definition of “need” when it comes to the reasons why women start businesses.
A new report from the National Women’s Business Council shows young women want to start up ventures — but are being held back by some troubling obstacles.
A new report from the SBA Office of Advocacy takes a stab at understanding the reasons why sales and employee numbers at women-owned businesses continue to lag those of men.