Women in Business
By leveraging data, finding mentors and advocating for equality in the workplace, the startup world can level the playing field for women.
'All the single ladies' is now so much more than a song lyric.
Instead of looking at the challenges of being an outsider, examine all of the advantages.
A study by Bloomberg found that of 1,900 U.S. entrepreneurs receiving VC funding, just 141 were women.
Women in Business
The earlier we encourage young women, the more opportunity there is to attract future talent.
What would the landscape of business look like if more CEOs were women? Women in positions of power are more forward-thinking, and adept at raising revenue and improving employee morale.
The entrepreneur tells Jen Hacker of Toast Meets Jam how her online platform gives up-and-coming female business people a chance to meet in person.
Time spent preparing to be away from the office -- including learning to delegate -- changed one new mom's perspective on everything business.
Denise Duffield-Thomas tells Entrepreneur Network partner Emily Richett how she finally pushed aside her fear of becoming known as a financial expert.
You might think nonprofit work is solely about burnishing one's reputation, but it's much more than that.
This innovative subscription service demonstrates a different mode of company-building and leadership with an inventive female CEO at the helm.
The greatest satisfaction for those who have broken business barriers is the pathways they have opened for those who follow.
In our new '20 Questions' series, Jessica Dilullo Herrin, the founder and CEO of Stella & Dot, opens up about how an egg, her father and dropping out of college changed her outlook on life.