Snapchat just rolled out its biggest update yet.
What is the Update? Snapchat, a popular photo-sharing app, allows users to send friends disappearing photo messages and create 24-hour long "stories" that post to their profiles. We first featured the app in 2016, but Snapchat has a
Periods. And we're not talking punctuation.
In recent years, innovative products marketed to women seeking high-quality and stylish comfort during their menstrual cycles are gaining ground. Thinx launched in 2011 and continually paints the town red with their provocative ad campaigns.
Why should you care?
AI and machine learning may impact women first!
What's happening? Forrester predicts that investments in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and IoT (Internet of Things) will increase 300% in 2017. As more routine tasks are taken over by smart machines, the people who perform these tasks
Are you contemplating a dessert-related business like the women we've profiled this week?
Need some fresh ideas for your current business?
Here are some important facts and trends you can savor as you cook-up your business plan.
Dessert Trends for Summer 2017 include OUTRAGEOUS ice cream, healthier alternatives, mini
Great news as consumers get on their comfy shoes for Small Business Saturday: main street entrepreneurship is back and reaching new heights. According to the Kauffman Index and their Main Street National Trends report published this week, one in two start-ups celebrated their five year anniversary -- or better! --
This study says YES!
Despite the challenges that come with starting and running our own businesses, entrepreneurs are happier than other workers. And women entrepreneurs are happier than their male counterparts.
So smile ladies!
We recently published an article by Sabrina Must about "unwanted advances" while pitching business.
That young woman is not alone! Here are some startling stats from a recent Fortune poll.
We wish we didn't have to report trends like this, but starting the conversation is the first
What happens when single women suddenly come into a cash windfall?
They don't go shopping, take vacations, or change their hairstyles. They start businesses, according to this interesting article in GOOD.
Single women are saying "I do" to entrepreneurship, say two recent studies.
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Of course, you're busy running your business.
If you're in a seasonal industry (like retail, online consumer products, or hospitality), you're heading into crazyville around the holiday season. So we'll keep it short and simple. Here are some key trends for next year that can shape