Tag Archives: ‘Women

Habits f Highly Successful Women In Business [Infographic]

Brian Wallace — June 2, 2017 Follow @nowsourcing— June 2, 2017 In 2017 there are still only 17% of startups with a female founder. Despite decades of progress toward women’s rights and workplace inclusivity, women are still lagging behind in the business world. There are, of course, many women who have powered through the obstacles … Continue reading Habits f Highly Successful Women In Business [Infographic]

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

Marketing To Women by Life-Stage Brings Opportunity For Product Growth

by Patricia West Doyle, June 15, 2016 Marketers tend to focus much attention on various cohorts — Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials being the primary groups on everyone’s radar today. Yet, another important element of deeply understanding your target consumer is an understanding of their life-stage. Understanding the underlying needs of a consumer during different life stages … Continue reading Marketing To Women by Life-Stage Brings Opportunity For Product Growth

“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

Are Working Women Missing Out on the Power of LinkedIn?

Paul KeijzerOctober 20, 2015 News revolving around LinkedIn and women has taken an interesting turn. One of the major stories going around is when a Barrister received sexist comments from older lawyers on LinkedIn. It’s gone to the extent where some women have been saying they started uploading “ugly” pictures to stop being preyed upon … Continue reading Are Working Women Missing Out on the Power of LinkedIn?