A recent New York Times article shows 1 in 4 women are currently setting up a new business during the pandemic and 61% are planning a career pivot.
While current circumstances are tough for many business owners, some are taking this time for innovative thinking.
Just as kids of all ages are returning to (real and virtual) classrooms, we women entrepreneurs must commit to lifelong learning and upskilling/reskilling.
Whether you’re just starting a business, scaling, selling, or expanding into new markets and product lines, you have something to learn.
Edtech is booming,
I've lived through 63 summers.
But none will be quite like this one. I am hustling harder than ever, am deeply disturbed by the environment of intolerance and hatred, and missing my kids and grandkids (who live across the country). But I try to wake up
COVID-19 has affected all of us, some more than others. One thing that is common with everyone, quarantine. Cobble, an app founded by Jordan Scott is here to cure that quarantine fish bowl feeling.
Jordan says, "Stuff doesn't go to plan. Quarantine or not. We have to
Working from home has been an adjustment for many, and then there are those that are working from home with kids. From homeschooling to interrupted ZOOM calls, many women business owners have climbed aboard a complex rollercoaster that adds challenges to those of being your
Many women-owned businesses are getting hit by COVID-19 and are not able to get the funding needed to keep their businesses alive. The Paycheck Protection Program funds were unavailable to many and that is when Bumble, a women founded online dating app that allows the
Etsy shop owners and handcrafters have seen a huge opportunity during the COVID-19 pandemic and are creating thousands of homemade non-medical cloth face masks. According to Market Place Plus, Etsy’s sales are up 98 percent year-over-year.
SunnySlope Design, an Etsy shop owned by Jennifer Golubiewski has
Business strategy is important – now more than ever. Our methods of work have drastically changed, forcing us to work remotely and interact in ways we have not done before. Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Google Hangouts are the new conference rooms. Many businesses are feeling