Tag: Social Good
STEM Female Founders Can Get Funding Without Giving Up Equity In Their Companies Or Need To Pay The Money Back
Female founders have more options for funding than many realize. Making those options known is the next step. Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) are federal grant opportunities for women who start STEM companies.
Building The U.S. Economy Through Immigration Is This Entrepreneurs Lifework: Policy Is Her Next Stop
Immigration drives innovation and economic growth, so Julie Pearl has made it her business to help skilled immigrants make their move. With a new restrictive rule moving to its final step, Pearl left her law firm to focus on bi-partisan immigration policy.
Black Lives Matter Protests Moves Corporate D&I Initiatives Center Stage
Effective diversity programs don’t happen by accident. They take commitment from management and input from those most affected – employees. Photo Credit: Sean Lee – Unsplash
Working From Home Opens The Door To Employing People With Disabilities
What used to be an accommodation is now the workplace norm for many employers, and it opens up the opportunity to employ people with disabilities.
25+ Years In Telemedicine Makes This Entrepreneur Ready To Help During The Pandemic
When a crisis strikes, entrepreneurs show their value by innovating, ramping up, and helping each other.
A Black Female Founder Pivots To Meet The Challenges Of Coronavirus
Savvy entrepreneurs can provide solutions to the problems created by social isolation.
Female Founder Provides Small Loans To Help College Students Avoid Dropping Out
Establishing an innovative business means educating investors and potential consumers about the value you off.
Take A Lesson From A College Dropout On How To Make Connections To Grow Your Business
If you want your company to grow, you need access to more than money. You need the advice and talents of a wide range of people, including other entrepreneurs.
The Uninsured: Two Women Entrepreneurs See A Market Opportunity For Healthcare
Two women entrepreneurs aim to prove that providing healthcare to the uninsured is  good for business.