In this interview, author Maseena Ziegler shares her observations about entrepreneurship in Hong Kong and about the power women who run these businesses.
Videos and articles about successful women entrepreneurs building great companies, breaking through barriers and cultivating economic and social good.
From the corporate world to the realm of entrepreneurship, Eva Muraya is one of Kenya’s leading businesswomen. After working successfully with big multinational companies for 15 years, she quit because she wanted to conquer new challenges that allowed her to use her creativity.
After starting her own company FairTaste to help underpaid farmers, Puifung Leung quickly realized she knew nothing about running a business. In this Inspiration Minute she shares the one secret that turned FairTaste into a successful social enterprise.
Without any formal business education she started Becky’s Pet Care in 1998, walking dogs with her infant son strapped to her back. Her business has grown steadily ever since and today she employs 85 people. Watch this Inspiration Minute.
American women athletes beat the sweaty gym socks off of their male counterparts at 2012 London Summer Olympics bringing home more gold and total medals than men for the first time in history.
Whaaaaaat? We thought that was the whole point! Watch an Inspiration Minute to see why a leading entrepreneur thinks it’s a bad idea.
What to do with those old bras stuffed in the back of your drawer? Watch how a suburban mom is using them to save women from sex trafficking.
Like many entrepreneurs Lysanne Tusar has faced many lonely days (and nights) while growing her business. In this Inspiration Minute she tells us how she keeps moving forward anyway.
The first African-American Olympic all-around champion in gymnastics reminds us that the path to achieving your dreams isn’t easy but attainable through hard work and sheer grit.
The first African-American ski racing Olympic medalist tells us how her role models helped her earn more money and improve her work-life balance.
This video of Queen Elizabeth at the Olympic Games opening ceremony made us smile.
Amber Williams is so hyped up about the upcoming Summer Olympics in London that she’s put a digital countdown clock on her website. A gymnast since she was seven, Amber started her Michigan-based business Power in Motion Gymnastics and Fitness, at 21.
Bonnie St. John is the former director of the National Economic Council in the Clinton White House and the first African-American ever to win Olympic medals in ski racing. At the age of five a rare condition forced the amputation of her right leg.
Several African-American women entrepreneurs have expressed their appreciation for Sylvia Woods following news that the “Queen of Soul Food” had died on Thursday at the age of 86 in New York. Woods, who started her soul-food restaurant in Harlem in the early 1960s, was remembered as a ground- breaking entrepreneur who paved the way for women of color.
A new study commissioned by American Express Open estimates there are over 8.3 million women-owned businesses in the United States. Many of you may be thinking of, or recently joined, their ranks. Do you possess these qualities to run a successful startup?