Women Entrepreneurs

How Feeling Excluded as a Child Drove this Entrepreneur to Start Her Own Company

Amanda Ealla's own childhood experiences of feeling like she didn't belong drove her to start ISH Dolls. Here are three lessons she's picked up on the journey of starting her own business.

Mita Mallick

The 3-Step Cycle That's Enabling Me to Redefine an Entire African Industry

Building a couture fashion house out of Nigeria isn't all hemlines and buttons; it's about self-reliance, empowerment and competition.

Helen Chukwu

How Being a 'Mompreneur' Prepared Me to Run a Multi-Million-Dollar Business

Five things I learned as a parent that helped propel my professional success.

The Head Of The Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center's Top Five Tips for 2022

Nicola Corzine breaks down her organization's philosophy and tactics for supporting women entrepreneurs.

5 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn from the Elizabeth Holmes Theranos Trial

Though the verdict surrounding her wire fraud charge might be debated, what the Theranos founder was indisputably guilty of is a breach of some of the essential ethical codes of business conduct.

Kelly Hyman

How Success Happened for Kaylin Marcotte, Founder and CEO of JIGGY Puzzles

A first-time female founder is putting all the pieces together in becoming a successful entrepreneur.

This Entrepreneur Went on a Reality Dating Show. She Didn't Find Love, But She Did Find a New Career Path.

Last year, Tennesha Wood launched The Broom List, the first and only matchmaking firm dedicated to pairing educated, marriage-minded Black professionals.

Amanda Breen

Bethenny Frankel's Success Starts With Time Management

Bethenny Frankel builds multimillion-dollar brands, stars in TV shows, and vigorously defends every moment of her day. The secret? It starts with deciding what matters (and what doesn't).

Jason Feifer

This Fashion Founder's Company Will Take Back Any Piece of Clothing at Any Time for Any Reason. Here's Why.

Kristy Caylor's sustainable clothing brand For Days aims to change the way customers approach their wardrobes.

Amanda Breen

In Just One Year, This Cereal Creator Grew a Multi-Million Dollar Brand That's Now Stocked in Whole Foods Nationwide

Margaret Wishingrad's journey to cereal company founder started with a simple question: If moms are the ones feeding cereal to their kids, why aren't moms the ones making it?

Amanda Breen

How Co-Founders Without Tech Backgrounds Built an Enormously Successful Custom Platform

Alana Branston and Ali Kriegsman didn't have tech backgrounds when they launched Bulletin, now a wholesale marketplace home to thousands of brands and retailers, but they shared a passion for independent brands and the world of content marketing, which helped fuel their company's 30% month-over-month organic growth last year.

Amanda Breen