It’s the new women’s movement—and it’s sweeping the nation. Successful and motivated women are forming salons, organizing dinners, and meeting over cocktails with a purpose: supporting and advancing women.
Learn how 16-year old Lindsay Phillips stumbled on a simple idea that turned into a $30 million dollar business. Find out how Switchflops was created.
Dr. Elizabeth Thompson was a radiation oncologist before becoming an entrepreneur. Learn how she started BFFL to enhance patient comfort, recovery & dignity.
Jamie James created a unique cell phone carrier that allows you to organize your essentials (cell phone, cash, credit cards) in ONE stylish accessory. Learn her story.
Stacy Struminger and Rachel Teyssier decided to create their own line of fashionable waterproof garment for women who won’t let rain dampen their fashion cred.
Sandra Brown started a business doing what she does best: baking. After years of receiving compliments from family and friends about her baked goodies, Sandra decided to turn her passion into a business. Learn how Sandra is starting her baked goods business, the challenges she is facing, and the difficulties of starting a business part-time:
Launching a new product in the market is not for the faint-hearted. Learn how Robina Bananuka has launched her line of hair treatment products for black women who wear hair extensions.
Starting a business is full of ups and downs, where you meet challenges every step of the way. To succeed, you need to have passion, skills, knowledge, chutzpah, and lots and lots of luck. But it all starts with you. Learn 10 lessons for women small business entrepreneurs.
Many entrepreneurs have difficulty using their instinct or their gut reaction to guide them in business and on their path to success. Let’s look at some ways out instincts are leading the way.