Women are Adopting "Zuckerberg Chic" at Work
What's happening? Although the infamous grey tee shirt and hoodie may not always be appropriate for women founders, adopting a "uniform" at work can save time, thought, and money -- and make packing for business trips easier. The Washington Post
Women Will Face Significant Retirement Challenges.
What's happening? The poverty rate has always been higher for women than for men. But longer life expectancy, divorce rates, and career challenges seem to be widening the gap.
Why should you care? Even if life-after-work seems to be light-years away, having enough money
AI and machine learning may impact women first!
What's happening? Forrester predicts that investments in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and IoT (Internet of Things) will increase 300% in 2017. As more routine tasks are taken over by smart machines, the people who perform these tasks
sheBOOM is kicking off our "dog days of summer" series.
July 19th is just one special day during National Hot Dog Month. Over the next couple of weeks, we'll publish some fun and frank facts about the women who are part of the >$2.4 billion hot
Sweets weeks are drawing to a close.
Tomorrow we'll be going to the dogs (hot dogs and pets, that is!) in honor of National Hot Dog Day.
Thank you to all the sweet and savvy women who shared their success stories with us. Here's another "best of"
Need money? Ask the sharks.
Shark Tank can be a highly-visible way to pitch your ideas, gain worldwide publicity, potentially score funding, and glean free advice from experts and entrepreneurs. But the odds are daunting. 45,000 entrepreneurs apply ever year, only 1% get to pitch to
Are you contemplating a dessert-related business like the women we've profiled this week?
Need some fresh ideas for your current business?
Here are some important facts and trends you can savor as you cook-up your business plan.
Dessert Trends for Summer 2017 include OUTRAGEOUS ice cream, healthier alternatives, mini
Is it time to open a bricks-and-mortar location?
If you're in any product business these days, you have a lot to consider before opening a retail location. Food businesses require equipment (sometimes specialized and code-compliant equipment), community approvals, staffing, signage, and so much more.
Although a storefront may be
Hiring employee #1 is a big step in any business.
It's an even bigger step when it's YOUR business and every penny of the person's salary is coming out of your pocket. Yesterday, I happened to visit a Farmers Market and an enthusiastic young woman sold