Tag: research
 
Oregon Targets High-Growth Women Entrepreneurs To Grow Its Economy
No matter where your business is — starting up or making millions — an accelerator program can take you to the next level and the next after that.
How Founders Take Back Their Companies Without Angering Investors
Sometimes even the best relationships reach an end. When founders and investors no longer agree, they can split up without a fight.
How Female Founders Can Crack The Funding Code
It takes more than an idea and charm to win over funders. You need to know what they’ll ask before they ask it. Photo credit: Pexels
Closing The Gender Gap in Orgasms: Expect More Disruption In 2019
Erectile dysfunction in men is an accepted, talked about problem. What about women’s sexual problems? There’s a big market opportunity that male investors are overlooking.
Why Companies Like Microsoft Are Hiring People With Autism To Improve Performance
When this women entrepreneur saw a growing market gap, she came up with an innovative way to meet the marketplace need and do good. The result a highly successful business.
Support Strengthens For Female-Founded Companies And Venture Funds
Access to more equity financing opportunities is helping women-led businesses grow mega firms.
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?
A Springboard To Success For Female Blockchain Founders
The next big thing is blockchain. Women entrepreneurs aren’t going to be left behind.
Is Blockchain The Future Of Journalism? Two Entrepreneurs Take A Chance
Two journalists quit their day jobs to pursue new paths to trustworthy reporting. Among the paths, a wholly unexpected 21st Century source of start-up financing.
How Rethinking The Work-Life Equation Reduces Stress
Working long hours isn’t stressful, as long as you can control when and where you work.
How A Startup Addressed A Taboo To Bring Jobs To Buffalo
Being uncomfortable about feminine needs means lost business opportunities for men but women are building businesses by breaking these taboos.