This past week, sheBOOM celebrated #GivingTuesday by profiling companies that give back.
The coming week will focus on fashion and beauty and the women who launch businesses in this highly-competitive category. What better way to bridge the two topics than to profile some of the brands
The holidays may not always be jolly days for female founders.
I was speaking to a woman attorney who has her own firm. We were both in our offices at 6:30 on a Friday night and were talking about the deluge of work, as people try
Happy Friday, sheBOOMers!
This week, we celebrated the 1-month birthday of sheBOOM. (Don't worry
Necessity is the mother of invention and these words certainly apply to Drew Ann Long and Caroline's Cart.
Long, mother of three including special needs daughter Caroline, was "desperately struggling" to include Caroline in everyday tasks like grocery shopping. After a frustrating day navigating a stroller, wheelchair and shopping cart
Non-profits are still counting
I don't plan on sharing my entrepreneurial life every week
Genevieve Piturro is the Founder and Executive Director of Pajama Program. We were inspired to share her story because of her mission to help others in the smallest ways -- and grow to a national non-profit, supported by big brands and an incredible board.
As #GivingTuesday leads into the holiday
No clear answer exists, although we may tend to lean one way or the other.
#GivingTuesday is this week and we've been posting about the different ways in which women entrepreneurs give -- to needy populations, to our environment, and others.
Adam Grant wrote the book (literally)
We sometimes stop in our tracks (or page-turning or scrolling) when we view an "in your face" ad. This approach is usually used to prompt us to buy a product or service. But it's not often used for fundraising