News and Articles About Women-business Owners
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Two young women recount the lessons they learned from starting their social media-marketing agency.
Three things that will transform any woman into an entrepreneur.
Businesses owned by women are booming in the South. Check out this infographic to see how your state matches up.
A confab that drew lots of youthful women in business provides lessons on how to tailor your event to attract millennials.
The co-founder of ethical fashion startup Zady opens up about how her mother's insight has helped her decision-making process.
Only 7 percent of U.S. venture capital deals go to women founders and CEOs. Let's change that statistic.
As of late, there has been a lot of news about female employees at startups. Here are a few reason to get women on board.
Lean In, Girl Scouts of the USA and others are partnering up to bring Sheryl Sandberg's message of empowered female leadership to playgrounds and classrooms.
One woman has found success hosting business meetings at nail salons.
Ahead of International Women's Day, here's a look at where women have made improvements and where they are still falling a step behind.
Contrary to what is often portrayed in the media, being a woman entrepreneur in the tech community has its perks. Here are a few lessons I have learned about how to capitalize on being a female entrepreneur.
With the discussion of women in the workplace still making headlines, we asked young women entrepreneurs to sound off on their experiences in the mostly male-dominated world of entrepreneurship.
The founder of Adafruit Industries offers insights into how she managed to build a small empire from castaway Altoid tins and other common household items -- and secure the title of Entrepreneur of 2012.
Women-owned businesses may represent a big source of potential growth for the U.S. economy and jobs.
Do men and women network in different ways? Here's a look at the ways in which each sex approaches it.
As women continue to launch companies at a rate exceeding the national average, here's a look into the growth trends of their enterprises.
The U.K.'s Cherie Blair aims to help the 'missing middles' -- female business owners in developing nations who need help in scaling their growing companies.
Many women-led business owners still spar in a battle of the sexes. Here are three of their stories.
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