Home / Posts Tagged "women in business"

Side gigging and independent contracting is the future What’s happening? The independent workforce (self-employed full- or part-time) makes up about 31% of the private U.S. workforce or 41 million people, an increase from last year, according to The State of Independence Report. That includes more than 13

READ MORE

Periods. And we're not talking punctuation. What's happening?  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?  This is

READ MORE

SuperZoo, America's largest pet industry trade show, wraps up this week. Let's recap. Cindy Dunston Quirk is the owner of Scout & Zoe's, manufacturers of all-natural alternative chews and snacks made from antler for pets with allergies, stomach problems and more. And check out her "cage" at

READ MORE

When your client base grows from 4 legs to 400 legs, you may need more technology. For women  entering the booming $60B pet industry, the potential for rapid growth may find founders scrambling to build a loyal client base with excellent service while keeping up with

READ MORE

Pets are Almost Hotter than Robots! If you’re in the pet business, the phrase ‘dog days of summer’ holds an optimistic meaning.  Business is barking…err, booming.  According to the American Pet Products Association’s Annual Report, Americans spent nearly $6B more on pet products and services in 2016

READ MORE

Founder of Seacoast Sweets Kirstyn Pearl started selling her grandfather's peppermint patties out of her dorm before she started selling treats year-round and across the country in 2015, with a revenue stream of nearly $100K last year. Up until this January she kept her full-time job as a financial analyst, clocking

READ MORE