Tag: Trends
 
Pay And Benefits Aren’t The Only Ways To Compete For Talent
As the adage goes, money isn’t everything. Employees are looking for more and startups have what they want.
What Will It Take To Keep Small Businesses Alive In Big Cities?
Thoughtful government policies can help open the doors to the empty storefronts that blight our neighborhoods.
6 Ways Retailers Are Thriving In Malls
Shopping malls aren’t dead, they’re just changing from shopping only to an experiential outing.
How More Women Are Stepping Up To Fund Women Entrepreneurs In 2018
With #MeToo, women are speaking up to support each other. Let’s put our money where our mouth is.
7 Ways To Increase the Number of Women Venture Capitalists
The more success women venture capitalists are at raising capital, the more successful women entrepreneurs raising capital will be.
How To Put Your Money Where Your Feminism Is
How will you be a force multiplier and close the financing gap for women entrepreneurs? The new math of Womenomics, proves we are a force multiplier for economic equality. Whether it is philanthropy or venture capital, Wharton is framing how money can be used tackle political, economic and social inequality between the sexes.
State of Women-Owned Businesses
Find out what the rise in women’s entrepreneurship means for the U.S. economy and job creation.
Hispanic Women Entrepreneurship: Understanding Diversity Among Hispanic Women Entrepreneurs
If the estimated 1.9 million Hispanic women-owned firms in the U.S. in 2016 generated employment and revenues proportionate to those of other women entrepreneurs, they would generate 80,000 new jobs and $155 billion in additional revenue.  An understanding of the variations in this economic powerhouse will help unleash their potential.
How Cities Can Unlock The Potential Of Women Entrepreneurs
How will you use data to improve your cities environment for women entrepreneurs?
5 More Assists That Will Help Women Entrepreneurs Score in 2017
Government agencies and corporations need to change their policies in order to release the pent-up growth of women-owned businesses.
Lessons From NYC The #1 City In The World For Ambitious Women Entrepreneurs
What other cities can learn from NYC about boosting their economies with women-led businesses. Photo credit: unsplash.com via Pexels