News and Articles About Women Entrepreneurs
Three things that will transform any woman into an entrepreneur.
You weren't afraid of risk when you launched your business, now take the risk of trusting your team to help you grow it.
Businesses owned by women are booming in the South. Check out this infographic to see how your state matches up.
West Point grad Meghan Florkowski runs an affordable program that trains female veterans for entrepreneurial life.
A woman entrepreneur shares her unconventional launch experience, not fitting the typical tech-entrepreneur mold, as a marketer not a programmer.
When Renee Rodriquez started as a temp at Express Employment Professionals, she never expected she'd someday become a franchisee herself.
An edgy apparel line has become empowerment platform, especially for female business owners.
It's easy to get caught up in the romance of the first time. Here's some advice to consider before you leap into your second act.
The founder of Glamtrepreneur talks about instilling the business bug at an early age.
A new study suggests that a key contributor in how girls form their professional ambition is how much their father contributes around the house.
Beyond the glitz and hype, a new businesses may present a certain gritty reality. Steer clear if you're not prepared.
Yearning for a better mix between professional and personal life as a parent? Some find the answer in overseeing a business.
Ingrid Vanderveldt had a dream to empower 1 billion women by 2020. Dell helped her take that goal to a global level.
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 Zady discusses how her mother's advice has helped get her through some of the bumps in the startup road -- especially when dealing with gender bias.
The co-founder of ethical fashion startup Zady opens up about how her mother's insight has helped her decision-making process.
Being one of the few women in the house-painting business hasn't scared off this ProTect Painters franchisee.
After nine years in the military, Tai Jeffries refuses to settle for anything less than her male counterparts as a cleaning franchisee.
Only 7 percent of U.S. venture capital deals go to women founders and CEOs. Let's change that statistic.
Joy Chen, CEO of the company behind the Yes to Carrots and Yes to Tomatoes beauty lines, shares her experience turning the once unprofitable company into a fast-growing brand.
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.
There is still a staggering low number of female founders in the tech industry. Here is some advice on how ladies can get started.
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.