Tag: Mentor Moments
 
Where Female Founders Really Find Mentors And Funders
Charting your way is best done with mentors and advisors who can guide you around the entrepreneurial potholes.
New York City Is Opening Doors With $35 Million For Women Entrepreneurs And Makers
New York City is stepping up to help women entrepreneurs, makers and creatives with what they need: money and business opportunity. Photo: Getty  
The Road to Entrepreneurial Success Has Many Detours
You have your plan all laid out and then, wham! The road ahead is closed. Savvy entrepreneurs take detours to get them where they want to go.
How Customer Service Helps Small Fish Swim With The Sharks
Just because you are small doesn’t mean you can’t keep up. The right tactics can outwit size. Photo by: Stoica lonela on Unsplash
Five Ways Founders Can Avoid Breakups With Their VCs
Things don’t always work out between founders and investors but you get the odds in your favor.
A Startup Stands Up To Racism Even Though It Means Losing Business
Even struggling startups can stick to their core values on the road to success.
How To Escape The Commoditization Of Your Industry Without Becoming A Low-Cost Provider
If your clients had to choose between speed, quality, and price, which would they choose? The answer can guide your business plan.
How Morgan Stanley Helps Innovative Women And Minorities Scale Their Businesses
Capital, connections and curriculum from Morgan Stanley help diverse founders grow their businesses big.
How To Overcome Doubters And Prove Your Credibility
How do you get people to see who you are instead of a stereotype? Read how a female African American veterinarian got people to drop their biases and listen?
Moving Forward After The Founder Passes Away
Funders invest in people. How do you keep their support when a key person is no longer there?
6 Tips To Help Women Become Moguls
Moguls aren’t only men. Success comes to the curious, those who are unafraid of risks and who know how to work with people, no matter their gender.