Sprinkles and technicolor desserts were predicted to be the rage in 2017 by the James Beard Foundation.
And then it was so! Today, Cheesecake Factory announced its new Funfetti dessert. I guess with all the serious stuff going on in the world, kids of all ages
In 1984, July was declared National Ice Cream Month.
In honor of that cool date, we're dedicating the days leading up to July 16th (National Ice Cream Day 2017) with stories of women who turn their passion for treats into their entrepreneurial ventures.
Food businesses are tough
In honor of July 4th 2017
Sunny Kaminski is the owner of this new food business. We recently caught up with her to talk about how and why she decided to enter the competitive food products world. Korean cuisine continues to be among the top food trends.
Sunny invested in a professional
Happy International Women's Day!
I'm wearing red and I'm ruminating (but I'm not not striking, for many reasons).
I had an awesome breakfast with two women who have great stories about their business lives, mother and grandmotherhood, entrepreneurship, and more.
I'm going to an event tonight for business
Film (and the portrayal of women in them) can have a huge impact on girls' lives!
I grew up sitting in the dark (literally) on many occasions. Like Jim D'Arcangelo (sheBOOM concept creator and adivisory board member), I came from a "film family." Watching the early 007 movies
We all know that founding and running a business is rarely glitzy.
Sure, we sometimes get glammed-up for headshot photo shoots, conferences, or awards events (like the one sheBOOM is going to this week -- we're a finalist for a Killer Content Award!). But female founders don't
Valentines Day is a few short days away and love is in the air.
So is commerce. Close to $20 billion is spent on that day of hearts and flowers. Having a passion for your business is also key to your success.
As you know, I love to
In honor of the Big Game* on Sunday
Alana Lipson, Cornell graduate and Associate Analyst at Mastercard, spent her academic career studying marketing, strategy and psychology. As a guest contributor to sheBOOM, she shares with us the facts and her honest perspective about why women shy away from math.
Here are Alana's words (and numbers)