Female Entrepreneurs

3 Questions to Ask If You Want Female Entrepreneurs to Accelerate

Progress will come when everyone asks themselves what they can do to help.

Tanya Dalton

Her Daughter's Food Allergies Made Finding Healthy Snacks Impossible, So This Mother Quit Her Corporate Job to Change That

Denise Woodard, founder and CEO of Partake, shares three lessons in entrepreneurship she hopes to pass down to her daughter.

Mita Mallick

Managing a Black Woman? Here's How to Become Her Success Partner and Ally.

Diversifying the workplace is a top priority for many companies these days, but some haven't figured out how to retain, support and promote the Black women they already have.

Nika White

Is the Rise of the 'Fempreneur' Hurting Women in the Workplace?

"Fempreneurship" is a trendy word some women use to self-describe their role as entrepreneurs or business leaders. But is this gender-first identification the best way for women to advance opportunities at work?

Joy Youell

SET Active Founder Lindsey Carter Runs One of the Country's Hottest Activewear Brands, But She Kind of Hates Working Out

Carter confesses there's only one fitness routine she can actually stick to, then shares her favorite morning rituals and daily habits.

Dear Brit: 'What's an Elevator Pitch, and Why Do I Need One?'

In her monthly column for 'Entrepreneur,' Brit Morin explains what a successful pitch looks like -- and how to give one in less than 30 seconds.

Brit Morin

This Female Serial Entrepreneur Shares Her Best Tips for Scaling a Business and Achieving Success

Watch this free webinar on demand to gain insights on strategizing, creative problem solving, and self-management for real business growth.

Low-Income Single Mother Becomes the Owner of a Million-Dollar Construction Company

After noticing that other companies were disinterested in smaller jobs and renovations, Lasenta Lewis-Ellis started a small business firm that specializes in facility maintenance and sustainability.

Andrea Blackstone

The Black Female Funding Gap and Those Who Are Changing the Tide

While we're still lightyears away from where we need to be for true equality, there are venture capitalists and founders alike who are truly changing the tide.

Maggie Lena Walker Made History as the First Woman To Own a Bank in the United States

On top of that, she was a Black woman. The St. Luke Penny Savings Bank became a catalyst for economic advancement in the Black community.

This Is the No. 1 Struggle Holding Women Entrepreneurs Back

Have you let it get in the way of your potential success?

Tanya Dalton

Who's The Top Female Founder in Your State? (Infographic)

These 50 women have raised the most funding in each of their respective states.

Jessica Thomas