News and Articles About Women Entrepreneurs
In 'Trep Talk, the Shark Tank star and angel investor shares life lessons, her surprising secret to growing a business, plus the humbling moment that still brings her to tears.
Women-owned businesses with sales over $1 million are growing. Here are three theories on why women are able to build bigger businesses today.
To alleviate many of the problems in the world, Dermalogica founder Jane Wurwand boldly suggests giving women entrepreneurs a hand up.
As women continue to launch companies at a rate exceeding the national average, here's a look into the growth trends of their enterprises.
Men often go for the transaction immediately, rather than nurturing networking relationships as women do. Solve this chicken-or-egg conundrum before you embark on your networking efforts.
The solution for policy makers looking to reduce the longstanding disparity between the sexes may depend largely on why the gap continues.
Marcia Kilgore, creator of lifestyle and beauty brands, shares her fearless approach to business and life.
Being a woman and an entrepreneur has its benefits, but there are also a number of challenges. Here, the SBA answers your burning questions about how to best overcome them.
Day2Night's convertible shoes offer women a fashionable heel height for any occasion.
The co-founders of Rent the Runway outline five strategies they've used to build a high-tech fashion company.
Divya Gugnani, co-founder of fashion site Send the Trend, tells how she built a social business with about 200,000 Facebook fans in less than a year.
Entrepreneur Jen Bekman envisions--and is creating--a world that puts art in reach of the masses.
A girls' night out inspires a new business for two 30-something moms.
The leading recording engineer shares her views on standing out as a woman in a business dominated by men. Part of our Insights series.
The groundbreaking recording engineer talks about how her studio stays on the cutting edge. Her advice: Hire a motivated team with passion and a hunger to try new things. Part of our Insights series.
How two friends created a multimillion-dollar lingerie business through the decades.
A homegrown company called Two Moms in the Raw carved its own health-food niche.
Porter Grey, a fashion line started by sisters Alexandra & Kristen O'Neill in 2006, is making its second appearance at Fashion Week. Find out how they learned the business and made it into one of the industry's biggest showcases.
The inventor and founder of the body-shaping undergarment company talks about how the headquarters design motivates and inspires employees. Part of our Insights series.
This 29-year-old CEO has her sights set on expansion with her apps LaDiDa and Songify and seed funding from angel investors. Part of our annual Young Millionaires report.
How twentysomething Shama Kabani of Marketing Zen Group wrote a master's thesis on Twitter and then went on to build a leading-edge marketing firm. Part of our annual Young Millionaires report.
How Lisa Bettany went from struggling photographer to app evangelist.
The founder of an upstart chocolate-maker talks about how she's building a community around products with a social mission.
The video entrepreneur discusses what it takes to grow and monetize an audience of loyal followers on YouTube. (26:29)