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
For those that don' know, Galentine's Day is a "holiday" created by the television Parks and Recreation, and it falls on February 13th. Leslie Knope, the cheerful, ambitious and hard-working protagonist created the special day to celebrate all the wonderful women in her life. Since
Anna Osgoodby is a Co-founder of Bold & Pop – a social media, branding, and web design collective. After working in the social media and PR industry for several years, she partnered up with past colleague, Mallory Musante, to launch Bold & Pop. As a
With a dual-degree in computer science and electrical engineering from Duke, sheBOOM guest writer, Michele Reshef has a strong technical background and a passion for enabling both businesses and individuals to overcome any challenge -- technical or otherwise. Having gained experience across a variety of
If you had the choice of wearing yoga pants or a business suit all day
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)
According to a survey by The Wall Street Journal, 50% of small businesses have a CFO (Chief Financial Officer) or Controller. Why is this? Small Business owners are notoriously busy people - having someone to help control your finances and improve your sales, can make a
Here are the numbers, ladies:
Girls Who Code reported that 74% of young girls express interest in STEM fields & computer science.
18% percent of undergraduate computer sciences degrees and 26% percent of computing jobs are held by women (Based on Tech Crunch, 2016 article).
It’s a common question among entrepreneur peers, and although women tend to stray away from the numbers conversation, the answer to that question is always rooted in some form of a monetary agenda.
Because after all, that’s what business is all about–creating and delivering value