Category Archives: Women In Business

Female Entrepreneur: How To Be The Best Version of Yourself

Greetje den Holder — May 24, 2017 Follow @GdenHolder— May 24, 2017 “While the numbers are growing, there are still too few female investors and startup entrepreneurs, making it more challenging to raise capital and find mentors,” says Megan Smyth, CEO and co-founder of FitReserve. Although more women are embracing entrepreneurship, the female entrepreneur often … Continue reading Female Entrepreneur: How To Be The Best Version of Yourself

Women Entrepreneurs are Experts at Doing More with Less

Greetje den Holder — November 18, 2016 Follow @GdenHolder— November 18, 2016 Women entrepreneurs face more challenges when starting and running a business. This blog discusses those challenges, gives statistics and shows why women are experts at doing more with less. Starting or running a business is harder for women There are two reasons why … Continue reading Women Entrepreneurs are Experts at Doing More with Less

“Be Vulnerable, With Confidence,” Keeton Advises Women Entrepreneurs

Angela Shah Among the best ways to encourage women entrepreneurs? Plug the confidence gap in young girls. So said Emily Keeton, a Houston entrepreneur—she co-founded the co-working space Station Houston earlier this year—at a Startup Grind Houston event Wednesday. She pointed to the example of a 12-year-old named Rosemary, who participated in the most recent Lemonade … Continue reading “Be Vulnerable, With Confidence,” Keeton Advises Women Entrepreneurs

5 Tested Steps to Create a Female Friendly Workplace

Paul KeijzerJuly 27, 2015 I don’t have to talk about the advantages of creating a gender diverse workplace anymore. I’ve done that in many previous articles and blogs, such as Companies Who Got Gender Diversity Right and Businesswomen on Top – Views on Gender Diversity. And of course our first ever research report on Women@Work … Continue reading 5 Tested Steps to Create a Female Friendly Workplace