Fact: There are over 9 million women-owned companies in the United States
What should you do? Find a support group (sheBOOM)! The number of women-owned companies is continuing to increase and it is more important than ever to support your fellow female founders. Spread your wisdom and together
Fact: Less than 10% of venture capital from 2009-2015 went to female-owned companies.
What Should You Do? Explore your options! Even though 10% is an extremely low number, there are still a lot of ways you can find funding. Here are 50 ways sheBOOMers can fund their business.
Finding reliable resources for women entrepreneurs can be extremely difficult. Thankfully, Mashable compiled a list of 10 resources including radio shows, funds, and entrepreneurship centers to help out sheBOOMers!
Tory Burch, successful fashion designer and entrepreneur, understands the difficulty of starting your own business, especially as a woman. She used her knowledge and passion to create the Tory Burch Foundation which is all about empowering female entrepreneurs! Through this foundation, she mentors other women who are
Ericka Perry is not only a sheBOOMer, but also a mother who created a product to bring smiles to other mothers around the world. Ericka is the founder of The Stork Bag, a pregnancy bag subscription service that brings gifts right to your doorstep!
I still look longingly at the school supply aisle when I'm out shopping
Simone De La Rue took her passion for dancing on Broadway and created her own fitness studio, Body by Simone. Simone's goal was to teach high energy classes for busy women. Today, Body by Simone has evolved into a multi-million dollar business. She has three studios; one in
"Before starting my business, I wish I would have known to go slow. I made a lot of mistakes because I rushed into decisions trying to save time (where I thought time was money), but the reality was, it cost me a lot of time and
Women are leading cannabis education, and Ellementa is at the helm.
Aliza Sherman, co-founder and CEO of Ellementa, author, and tech entrepreneur, is sharing her knowledge of cannabis for health and wellness. Aliza got her start in tech, where she founded the first woman-owned internet company: Cybergrrl Inc.
The time has come to make educating young women globally a priority.
Access to education is hardly guaranteed in many areas of Africa, and for young women especially, menstruation is proving a formidable boundary.
Afripads reports on Uganda: “menstruation contributes to absences of up to 4-5