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Women Entrepreneurs - Page: 3
Despite operating in the crowded swimsuit category while surviving a pandemic, Andie has persevered, its success driven by Melanie Travis' grit and determination.
"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?
Is pursuing a career as an entrepreneur the right move for you? Kim Perell, an award-winning entrepreneur and business coach, will help you figure it out during this webinar. Watch now!
When this entrepreneur launched her mission-driven company, family, friends and community members overwhelmingly pledged their support -- then didn't follow through. Here's what she learned.
Jenny Flores, head of small business growth philanthropy at Wells Fargo, is empowering women entrepreneurs to make an impact.
The first step in starting a business has two components: doing something and then saying, "I'm doing this." Many female entrepreneurs struggle with the second part. I know I did.
The story of how Hartwell Sawyer started cult-favorite fashion brand Royal Codes.
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.
Serene, strong and self-assured -- how to feel confident in any situation.