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
This past week, sheBOOM celebrated #GivingTuesday by profiling companies that give back.
The coming week will focus on fashion and beauty and the women who launch businesses in this highly-competitive category. What better way to bridge the two topics than to profile some of the brands
Enjoy these seasonal musings from Denise Halter, volunteer contributor to the sheBOOM team! "Meet" her here!
Since we launched sheBOOM, entrepreneurs and small business owners have reached out in overwhelming numbers to be part of our new community. I've typed the phrase "thank you" at least 500 times. Really
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! --
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
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