Tag: Mentor Moments
5 Ways The 50 Fastest Growing Women-Run Businesses Survive The Coronavirus And Thrive
During hard times, savvy women entrepreneurs don’t keep doing business as usual. They pivot and change, and grow.
Inspiring The Next Generation Of Black Female Founders To Become Mentors And Investors
When you’ve built a successful business and exited, pass it on: After you succeed, help others do so, too.
When A Women Entrepreneur Pivoted Her Business, Her Opportunities For Growth Grew
Becoming a certified women-owned business can help you win contracts with local, state, and federal government as well as corporations. Diversifying revenue streams helps increase revenue and reduce risk. Both strategies can help reduce volatility during the coronavirus pandemic.
VCs Are Missing Out On ROI By Short-Changing Founders Of Color
COVID-19 exacerbates gender, race, ethnicity disparities in venture for founders of color.
Purpose Drives Innovation And Transformation For A Food Business During The Crisis
Your mission can guide you to new growth during crises, and can inspire and motivate employees.
How This Founder Went From Serving People With Lyme Disease To Serving The One In Three People With Chronic Conditions
Supporting entrepreneurs can take many forms from grants to providing access to capital and from expanding their networks of mentors and peers to providing training that addresses both hard and soft skills.
Grit: The Entrepreneurial Quality Of Successful Black Female Founders
Blindness to the diversity of success costs entrepreneurs, consumers and investors. But more and more diverse women do succeed.
Luck And Smarts Help This Entrepreneur Succeed
Smart entrepreneurs prepare so they’re ready when opportunity knocks. 
How One Woman Is Making Tea the #1 Drink In The US
Positive thinking can help entrepreneurs move through the tough times to success.
Competence Drives Confidence And Success
Entrepreneurs succeed when they look at failure as an opportunity to grow. 
Founder Comes Full Circle By Joining The VC Firm That Funded Her Startup
When successful founders exit, often they help build entrepreneurial ecosystem. After Ilana Stern of Weddington Way sold her company to Gap Inc, she started angel investing and mentoring which led to her becoming a venture capitalist.