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The Challenges in Getting Funding for Women and Minority-Owned Businesses, And How to Solve Them

There are a number of ways to finance a business, but all include doing your homework.

Nancy Aichholz

3 Publicity Lessons Women Founders Can Learn From Spanx's Sara Blakely

Sara Blakely didn't become one of the most admired CEOs without taking her public image seriously. Blakely credits her publicity-savvy approach to her grass-roots success that launched a billion-dollar exit.

Tara Coomans

From Ada Lovelace to Oprah Winfrey: 5 Traits Women Warriors Have in Common

Those who step into their innate power and allow strengths, motivation and sheer will to propel them to greatness share a few key characteristics.

Kelly Hyman

Why You Don't Need Millions of Followers to Create a Successful Online Course

This founder shares being fired from multiple jobs sparked her fire to create her own business.

Jessica Abo

10 Game-Changing Pieces of Advice From Powerhouse Businesswomen

In honor of International Women's Week, we gathered 10 insightful quotes from our interviews this year.

Emily Rella

How Jasmin Foster's Black Woman-Owned Stationery Brand Is Bringing DEI to Target

We spoke with Foster, whose BeRootedco.com is the first Black woman-owned stationery brand to make it on the retail giant's shelves, about shaking up her industry and keeping diversity, equity and inclusion top of mind.

Nika White

Why One Burnt-Out Executive Left Her Job to Write the Book (Literally) on Women of Color in Corporate America

Deepa Purushothaman spent 20 years at Deloitte before a health scare forced her to re-evaluate what she wanted to do with her life.

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

4 Ways Black Women-Owned Small-Retail Brands Changed the Game

Black women have pioneered numerous successful strategies that all small retailers could learn from.

Nichole Simms

This Women-Powered Social Platform Is Revolutionizing the Way Authors Market Their Work

Only 2.3% of venture funding went to women-founded companies in 2020, but Allison Trowbridge beat the odds to found Copper and amplify authors' voices.

Amanda Breen