The key to a happy, profitable New Year is giving more of ourselves to each other.
Women in start-up mode are always busy and often resource-strained. At holiday time, you're more concerned with hitting your next revenue target than shiny new toys and pretty packages.
Well, you’ve done it. You’ve made it to the end of another year.
However, regardless how challenging each year is, owning ones own business can be joyful too!
That’s why this week -- in the spirit of the holiday season -- we’re asking a wide range of women entrepreneurs
How Did a Female Founder Re-Decorate Her Career Path?
Lucie Ayres' first job out of college was with Cushman & Wakefield, where she helped companies with space planning and design. Lucie is a graduate of Cornell's Design and Environmental Analysis program, where she studied interior design,
Not every women hates to clean up after people. Christie L. Machorek dreamed of running her own SCRUBS Cleaning Partners business, a safe-for-the-environment (hooray!) cleaning company, which also has an educational component. Machorek's passion for inspiring people to do what makes them happy in life
As an entrepreneur, hard work is something simply hard wired.
You’ve probably always been that unstoppable go-getter and unwavering perfectionist. It’s because of these traits that you’ve been able to establish yourself as the fiercest of female founders.
But it's Saturday. We try to shift the conversation
Food, fashion & beauty, oh my!
Women love to launch businesses in those categories. They are colorful and sometimes glamorous and ever-changing industries and we are passionate about and comfortable with them (because we consume those products ourselves). Of course they are fun to work on and in. But are
Our feet, faces, nails, sleeves, coifs (and even tats) are all part of our "personal brands."
This past spring I was interviewed for a Wall Street Journal article on my fashion preferences. It prompted me to think about how my style is so much different from
She's been on the right track to building a fashion brand (literally)!
NYC subway letters and numbers are on every corner in Manhattan, but no one thought these iconic symbols could be part of popular fashion. That is until Lynne Lambert came up with the original
For more great quotes from women business owners in the fashion industry, check this out!