It was not an easy decision for House of Ruff owner CJ Tomlinson to open her doors again in the midst of a pandemic, but she knew it was the right one.
As a global pandemic shuts down the world, we’ll be talking to women entrepreneurs about how they’re managing their small businesses amid supply-chain disruption, social isolation and a host of unprecedented challenges.
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The Bookworm of Edwards in Edwards, Colorado — population 10,000 — has been fueled by its fiercely loyal community during the pandemic.
After a rollercoaster experience applying for loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, women-owned businesses wonder how soon they’ll get funds.
Yes, the world is still in flux, but there are things we know for sure, writes Barbara Weltman.
As the pandemic rages on, the monarch urged England — and the world — to stay strong while socially distancing.
How are the women entrepreneurs behind small firms selling skincare and hair products, makeup and more navigating a time when customers are no longer seeing – well, anyone?
Thank you, ladies, for keeping us entertained during challenging times.
The online resource wants to help small businesses run by women and others who traditionally have more challenges raising capital.
For Lynn Hummer, founder of Pregnant Mare Rescue, her work continues amidst shelter-in-place orders.
To help entrepreneurs better understand financial and legal options while navigating the coronavirus crisis, this woman-run nonprofit has launched a remote clinic.
India has one of the lowest rates of COVID-19 testing in the world. This woman virologist’s pioneering work – completed hours before having a child – will likely change that.
No one ever said being a work-at-home parent during a global pandemic when the schools and daycare are closed was easy.
Buffy Lloyd-Krejci, who recently founded IPCWell to combat infectious diseases in nursing homes, never imagined her services would come during a global pandemic.
The Story Exchange staff shares recommendations for women entrepreneurs seeking feminist reads to pass the time.
Her Manhattan studio shuttered due to coronavirus, Kristine Frailing of the New York Sewing Center is teaching classes from her Brooklyn apartment.
Katie DePaola and Liv Chapman, founders of Inner Glow Circle, relate some best — and positive — practices for businesses during uncertain times.
The coronavirus outbreak forces yoga and fitness studio owners to move quickly to Zoom, Instagram and other platforms to sustain their businesses.
The tennis superstar revealed in a series of videos on TikTok that she is struggling with social distancing, and relayed anxiety about the health of her daughter.
The media mogul aims to keep people informed and connected with her new offering, “Oprah Talks COVID-19.”
As social distancing becomes the new normal, famous women business owners offer encouragement to social media followers.
Business owners and employees are navigating uncharted waters, but expert Barbara Weltman says we are well prepared to work from home. We just need the right setup.