Nadia Lee’s Kollectin has signed up 5,000 influencers and shipped 10,000 units of product.
Interviews With More Than 300 Successful Women Entrepreneurs
Interviews with more than 300 successful women entrepreneurs about their small business journeys and what they learned along the way.
Want to go green? Here’s a list of companies trying to help customers live more sustainably.
Jules Pieri co-founded The Grommet, a marketplace for “maker” products — and overcame being turned down by 250 venture capitalists.
Women in the whiskey business are launching careers more risqué than a teenage Tom Cruise dancing in a pink shirt. Turns out, it’s worth the risk.
Rachel Budde of Fat and the Moon wanted makeup with recognizable ingredients. When she couldn’t find what she was looking for, she set out on her own.
Behind the world’s most popular football player is the super-successful wife whose career (and net worth) eclipses his.
Kate Ryder aims to help women in the workplace by building a telehealth company that puts quality healthcare at their fingertips.
In a conversation at Policygenius’s new office, CEO Jennifer Fitzgerald talks about her entrepreneurial journey — and why she’s built an insurance platform only a millennial could love.
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.
When Pain Derailed This Doctor’s Career, She Started a $5 Million Nonprofit That Saves Pregnant Women’s Lives Around the World
Laura Stachel co-founded We Care Solar, which makes solar suitcases that light deliveries in health centers where electricity is scarce.
After setbacks and scandal, Pamela Marrone of Marrone Bio Innovations is staging a comeback developing alternatives to dangerous pesticides.
Groundswell Community Project founder Natalie Small wanted to empower women through surfing in San Diego, but no one was doing it. So she created the opportunity herself.
Janie Clapp has perfected her recipe for a long-lasting business. By grounding herself in a love of baking, yet being ready to adapt to the times, she aims to ensure Janie’s Cakes will live on for decades to come.
Sure, you could have a safe and secure job in any old profession. But if you’re looking to make an impact, consider starting a social enterprise.
Kristy Allen is no hobbyist beekeeper. Her Beez Kneez has multiple sources of revenue, and a pedal-powered invention is up next.