I read this morning about how Amazon just struck a deal with the Wynn.
The Echo will be installed in hotel rooms. I can't help but think of Rosie the Robot in the Jetsons (Watch video, below! It's incredibly sexist but very retro and entertaining.)
How Did a Female Founder Re-Decorate Her Career Path?
Lucie Ayres' first job out of college was with Cushman & Wakefield, where she helped companies with space planning and design. Lucie is a graduate of Cornell's Design and Environmental Analysis program, where she studied interior design,
I'm writing this from my cozy little office at WeWork.
WeWork is one of the largest and most innovative co-working spaces in the world right now. I found my way here after the recession, wanting the flexibility to scale up or down and not be wedded to
Will the office as we know it simply vanish? Has it already transformed?
Virtual and global team members, co-working, working from home, and flexible schedules have all changed our office "style." As female founders, we get to decide when we work (usually most of the time),
Knowing how to write a pitch -- especially in a competitive industry like fashion & beauty -- is an important skill.
Most writers today don't have time to sift through thousands of press releases. In fact, most digital journalists will tell you that press releases are
Food, fashion & beauty, oh my!
Women love to launch businesses in those categories. They are colorful and sometimes glamorous and ever-changing industries and we are passionate about and comfortable with them (because we consume those products ourselves). Of course they are fun to work on and in. But are
As our loyal sheBOOM readers know, I sometimes take a rumination break and post more personal perspectives on work and life.
This is one of those moments.
This week is "Fashion & Beauty Week" at sheBOOM. We've profiled several female founders of fashion companies and given you
Our feet, faces, nails, sleeves, coifs (and even tats) are all part of our "personal brands."
This past spring I was interviewed for a Wall Street Journal article on my fashion preferences. It prompted me to think about how my style is so much different from
She's been on the right track to building a fashion brand (literally)!
NYC subway letters and numbers are on every corner in Manhattan, but no one thought these iconic symbols could be part of popular fashion. That is until Lynne Lambert came up with the original
Female founders make choices every day
Sometimes we make choices between whether we're going to follow our hearts & heads or our purses & wallets. When you work for yourself, you get to decide on your mission and values.
Here's where some women designers stand on dressing