Founder Jennifer Horton shares what fuels her platinum music industry success.
Jennifer Horton has always been a fan of the performing arts; she grew up as a dancer and musician in a family actively involved in the fine arts world in Houston, Texas. But it was a
Daniela Grafman made a pivot from fashion P.R. to run a successful event planning business after working at New York Fashion Week. You might think the models and glitz on the runway would excite her, but it was the people behind the scenes who inspired
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,
Isn't that every day for us?
Women's Entrepreneurship Day was launched in November 19, 2014, and was observed in 144 countries that year. The third United Nations Foundation WED event will be held today (Friday, November 18, 2016), although the global holiday is technically tomorrow.
No matter which day the
Entrepreneur Nicole Bandklayder is a triple threat. She runs a successful marketing/PR firm, a virtual jewelry and handbag retailer, and most recently launched The Cookie Cups, a bakery that takes the humble cookie and elevates it to the next level. SheBOOM spoke with Nicole about her journey
Bianca Herbert, a 28-year old founder, is launching a new line of tea-infused cookies. She also dreams of opening her own tea parlor one day. She got the idea when visiting Japan and tasting a variety of new flavors. Her site is New York Tea
From chaos comes 'Order. 'At least that's how it happened for organizing consultant Leslie Josel, who faced a maelstrom of challenges in 2002, including her son's ADHD diagnosis. Unable to find information and solutions to support him, Leslie did her own research and was able to design organizational and
Gail Backal was a full-time product manager at Kodak and part-time photographer who couldn’t find a stylish option to lug around her photo equipment while still looking chic. Seeing opportunity, Gail launched Jill-e Designs, the first company to design camera bags just for women. Poised to celebrate its ten-year anniversary
What do you do when you can’t find all the networking resources you need to grow your business? Start Trouble! SheBOOM recently spoke with Rucha Gokhale, CEO and founder of IndyRise, a boutique digital product design and development company that recently launched a series of podcasts