#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.
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.
An Entrepreneurial Trio Sacrificed to Grow Their Gift-Giving Venture. Today, It Makes Millions of Dollars
The trio behind BoxFox, which makes personalized gift boxes for everything from baby showers to company celebrations, is growing their venture quickly by committing to relationships.
Carolines on Broadway Got Famous by Discovering Comedy Stars. Now, its Founder is Spotlighting Women
Caroline Hirsch is a legend among women in comedy. Her world-famous club is a must-play venue for comedians hoping to make it big — and she’s increasingly passing the mic to women.
When Jane Fisher and Jenna Kerner courted male VCs to fund Harper Wilde, a home try-on service for bras, the duo found laughter to be the best medicine for men’s hesitations.
Rana Dajani has raised millions of dollars, trained thousands of volunteers, and worked with an estimated 100,000 kids to foster a love of reading.
For military spouse and veteran entrepreneurs, finding a place in society can be as hard as finding startup training and resources. Patriot Boot Camp aims to provide both.
Former lawyer Stephanie Conduff launched Leche Lounge to help working moms like her pump breast milk in private. To make her lactation stations, she hires from within her Native American community.
Around the world, girls miss school because of stigmas about menstruation, or because they don’t have feminine-hygiene supplies. Days for Girls wants to change that.
Romy Devack’s world was turned upside down when her father passed away. Her sadness became Sincerely, a jewelry business with a loyal following that turns the handwriting of loved ones into high-end keepsakes.
Troubled by the lack of diversity in the world of eco-conscious fashion, Priscilla Debar launched online boutique Faubourg as a platform for fellow women of color in the industry.
Sara Schaer was a tech executive and working mom struggling to figure out how to safely get her kids to school. Now she’s working to solve that parent problem with Kango, a rideshare for kids.
When Anna Metselitsa immigrated to the U.S. from Belarus, she was poor, but driven to become a fashion designer. After years of struggling and saving, her dream is coming true.
She Counts aims to help unbanked female micro-entrepreneurs access mobile savings accounts and business training services.
Samanta Martin hopes her boutique, Agathos Athleisure, inspires consumers to invest in sustainably made clothing.
Mom’s Advice Helped This Young Entrepreneur Get Her Vegan Perfumes into Neiman Marcus and Urban Outfitters
Carina Chaz of DedCool is targeting Gen Z consumers with her unisex scents. Her beauty-business-owner mother is her role model.