News and Articles About Women Entrepreneurs
Tech entrepreneur Ingrid Vanderveldt shares the story of her early struggles, professional success and personal growth that led to an audacious plan to help a billion women entrepreneurs by 2020.
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.
Our first annual list of seven of the most innovative woman leaders from technology to retail to health and more.
Just Between Friends clothing store franchise grows from filling needs for family and friends.
Why the computer giant has set its sights on women entrepreneurs -- and what it hopes to accomplish in Istanbul this June.
Women have tended to think the smaller the business, the more manageable. But that's slowly changing, says Nell Merlino, Count Me In founder.
The nonprofit provides resources, business education and a supportive community to help women turn their ventures into serious moneymakers.
Richard Branson explains why we need more women in top positions.
From newbies to serial entrepreneurs, these women are making their mark in successful businesses.
With digital diaries and video chats, PrettyPaddedRoom.com offers online counseling for woman and a "nice play to go crazy."
Women-owned businesses may represent a big source of potential growth for the U.S. economy and jobs.
As Google's 20th employee dons the CEO cap at Yahoo, she's also becoming the new poster child for working moms everywhere: She's expecting a baby boy in October.
The billionaire entrepreneur discusses what's helped her find success and how others can, too.
From Silicon Valley to New York, the tech world is disruptive, innovative and mostly male. Startup entrepreneur Amy Yazdian of I'm In The Kitchen tells how she fit in.
Claudia Chan, the brains behind S.H.E. Summit Week in New York, shares her best three tips for women starting a business.
With more women struggling to conceive, a cottage industry of yoga centers, acupuncturists and nutritionists has cropped up to help.
SixFigureStart's Caroline Ceniza-Levine found a way to take weekends off -- and still bring in target revenue. Hear her story, plus expert tips.
This new franchise delivers meals to schools and kicks PB&J to the curb.
The story of the popular car-sharing service started by two moms in Massachusetts could be an inspiration for your new business.
This year's Small Business Person of the Year discusses the challenges of managing rapid growth.
The founder of Dermalogica shares how she drove her own success, and why she's so adamant that other women become financially independent, too.
Sandy Lerner, co-founder of Cisco Systems, spent more than 20 years working on a sequel to 'Pride and Prejudice.'
The startup has survived competitive challenges by following these three important principles.
An informal survey released this week suggests that women entrepreneurs are more confident about their business's success than their male counterparts and offers some clues as to why.
Do men and women network in different ways? Here's a look at the ways in which each sex approaches it.