Sure, there’s a lot to be down about. But women entrepreneurs are also seeing new business opportunities in a changed world.
Videos and articles about successful women entrepreneurs building great companies, breaking through barriers and cultivating economic and social good.
For Canada Day, we’re spotlighting six women-run businesses that prove that the entrepreneurial scene north of the border is alive and well, thank you.
Jules Pieri started The Grommet to spotlight original products made by small businesses. But she believes many makers will shutter because of their dependence on Amazon.
The former TV host and her brother combine forces (again) on Goodpods, a podcast player and social network.
We’ve rounded up a batch of enterprising women cannabis entrepreneurs to keep your business eye on.
We round up our most popular videos of 2019. Many feature women who were driven by a cause or a mission to launch a social enterprise.
Here’s a look at all your favorite articles, from words of inspiration to truly motivational startup success stories.
The number of women-led social enterprises is growing. These female founders turned ideas into businesses that are getting results.
She Escaped the City for Life on a Farm — and Teaches a Masterclass for Entrepreneurs Who Want to Do the Same
Danielle French of South Pond Farms hosts barn weddings and culinary events. Many women want to launch similar businesses.
Born in 1985, Sanna Marin has already accomplished more than a lot of millennials.
Ava McDonald has a growing platform of Gen Z influencers promoting brands that they actually like.
Nadia Lee’s Kollectin has signed up 5,000 influencers and shipped 10,000 units of product.
Want to go green? Here’s a list of companies trying to help customers live more sustainably.
The teenage climate activist’s impassioned and emotional message is resonating powerfully with young students around the world.
Paty Funegra of La Cocina VA has raised $2 million to turn her community kitchen into an incubator, a café and a place of hope for struggling immigrants.