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How To Blow Past Your Crowdfunding Goal Using Female Empowerment

Step aside, Goodnight Moon, there’s another must-read book for young girls.

 
 
 

Revolutionizing An Industry By Building An Empire Based On Values

The right team can make a business grow for good reasons.

Pivoting: A Key Skill For Entrepreneurs

You can’t keep a good woman down. She’ll learn from experience and use that knowledge to rise again, to even greater heights.

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Big Data Makes It Easy to Think Globally And Act Locally

Forget those white Ivy League boys! Investors should be looking at those who have life smarts. They’re the ones who can see problems and know how to solve them.

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It Takes A Village To Raise A Black Female-Founded Tech Startup

All entrepreneurs need helping hands to go from startup to the big time but for women, especially those of color, it is even more important.

Film Inspires Female Founders To Dream Big

The stories of successful women entrepreneurs inspires others to dream big.  A new film provides that inspiration.

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Getting An Assist Shortens Time To Raise Series C Funding

If your company is ready to grow, look at all way of raising money, even the higher-cost ones. If the timing is right, it will be worth the money.

 

The Killer App: Pairing Technology With People

Going old school adds value to new school business solutions.

 

Daughter Grows Family Business From $12 To $150 Million

Think beyond the past to build a bigger future for your company.

 
 
 
 
 

Technology Makes Hair Big Business

Astute observation of the market and recognition of what women need are the keys to growing a business for Latina entrepreneurs.

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