You know we’re all about supporting women here at sheBOOM, and the holidays are the perfect time to show female founders a little extra love. So today, we’re showcasing a few creative gift ideas from woman-run businesses that may just help you cross those hard-to-buy-for
In the spirit of kicking off our Fear edition of SheBOOM, we rounded up 5 creations from brilliant women essential to the spirit of the Halloween season!
Flat bottomed paper bag- Ok, so maybe not the most exciting invention, but still brilliant! Founded by Margaret
We recently came across this article from Entrepreneur Magazine with 15 secrets to success from female founders with $1 billion companies. In the spirit of learning, we thought these 15 tips might spark some inspiration for continual growth!
Here are our top 5 favorites:
In the spirit of continued learning, here are three female entrepreneurship podcasts to check out:
The Goal Digger with Jenna Kutcher
Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Glambition Radio with Ali Brown
As many of us continue to work from home, sometimes it can be difficult to establish boundaries and optimize productivity. This video shows how rewiring your brain and establishing a schedule can help you stay on task and "get smart" about your time management!
According to a study conducted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), more women are securing more patents than ever before.
More fun findings from the study:
"The number of patents with at least one woman inventor increased from 20.7% in 2016 to 21.9%
August 4th is the National Single Women Working Day. If you're single, you're not alone. More single women are in the workforce than ever before.
According to CNN, "Working women contribute more than $7 trillion to America's economy. By 2030, 45% of working women aged 25
MASAMI, Co-Found by Lynn Power, is a haircare brand that uses natural Japanese ocean botanicals for maximum hydration.
These products are not only good for you but good for the environment since they contain no sulfates, parabens, or phthalates. In addition, MASAMI created MASAMI INSTITUTE, a
Michele Hoskins, Founder of Michele Foods Inc., sees a large spike in her syrup business since Aunt Jemima has been taken off the shelves for the brand's racial origin and connotation.
Hoskins took her family's secret syrup recipe from her basement and into 400 retail chains.
According to Reviewed, "Based on the answers from 1,000 American adults, 2 in 5 people say they rarely make time for themselves each day. Another 51 percent admit to feeling burnt out while 3 in 5 people say they feel overwhelmed with everything going on