Yes, it’s a chore. But it shouldn’t be overlooked, especially with the pandemic battering the economy.
Managing Your Business
It takes a lot more than great ideas to run a strong company. Smart entrepreneurs have a keen sense of business management. Increase your knowledge in areas like finance, markets, human resources, communication, technology and business policy and strategy.
With a mix of savvy and compassion, these socially conscious women are lending a helping hand as more people go hungry during Covid-19.
Networking, whether it is done virtually or in-person, just needs effort, energy and enthusiasm, says expert Deborah Sweeney.
The tale of Aaina Jain and her business, Blu & Blue, illustrates the devastating impact of the pandemic on boutique apparel makers.
The online resource has partnered with the CEO and chairwoman of the Garcia Companies and TGC Management to offer grants to Latinx business owners.
The annual gathering of the National Association of Women Business Owners looks a little different this year.
The United States Postal Service’s recent crisis is hurting women-owned small businesses, with delayed orders, lost packages – and damage to customer relations.
A new U.S. Chamber of Commerce forecast looks bleak for women-owned businesses, which are taking hits across the board in revenue, staffing and investments.
The rules of hiring are being re-written. Here’s advice from HR professionals on how to find the best employees.
With summer plans upended for many families, some programs led by women try to offer a semblance of normalcy.
Reopening requires a mix of high-tech and low-tech tools, says Barbara Weltman of Big Ideas for Small Business.
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.
Our expert Deborah Sweeney provides this guide to understanding the furlough process for employers and employees.
For Women-Owned Businesses, Bouncing Back Is Not a Reality at the Moment. These Corporations Are Trying to Help
Verizon and Lowe’s are offering cash grants and mentorship. ThirdLove wants to help female entrepreneurs of color.
Opening the doors won’t be easy, but companies can learn to operate safely for employees and customers, writes Barbara Weltman.