We Asked More Than 600 Female Founders to Weigh In on Gender Bias, the Economy, and the Next U.S. President. Here's What
What's really on the minds of the world's top female entrepreneurs. Inc. and Fast Company polled more than 600 female founders around the world to hear what they think about the economy, politics, their
Early in her career, Cindy Robbins didn't question her salary. "I didn't feel like I had the permission to say anything," she says. "Every merit increase, or even any offer I got, I would just be like,
Companies need to do a lot more than holding diversity training. Women frequently say to us, “The women I work with are just plain nasty,” or “The senior women act like queen bees; they only care about
Companies benefit when they have more women in leadership positions. Yet, women continue to face unique challenges in their climb to the top of the corporate ladder. Women comprise about 47% of the U.S.
We found the VC firms specifically investing in women entrepreneurs. This new tool will help you discover which one might back you. We all know the numbers by now: Women CEOs get only about 2.3 percent
This month, Forbes released its list of Most Innovative Leaders. Of the 100 names on the list, one was a woman. Yes, you read that correctly. And yes, as a reminder it's 2019. There are exactly zero women
"It is harder for women to raise money. It just is and it pisses me off," top angel investor Joanne Wilson has written on her blog. The numbers back her up. Even with record-breaking amounts of capital
Starting any fast-growing business is difficult. Starting one while female, as the flood of headlines about sexism and VC funding shortfalls illustrates, can seem nearly impossible. To fully understand
The Female Founder School and Ready, Set, Raise aim to help women start more businesses and get funded. Plenty of entrepreneurs start businesses based on a need or problem they personally have that will
Brené Brown's research launched her into the ranks of leadership gurus. Running her own business has been a little more complicated. Brené Brown knows how to pause. She knows how to take in a question,
With her venture firm, Backstage Capital, and a new $36 million fund for black female founders, Arlan Hamilton is changing entrepreneurship in the U.S. Backstage in the greenroom of the podcast festival
The nation's third-largest city boasts the greatest concentration of women founders. Founders who start companies in Chicago can enjoy both the benefits of a big city and the warmth of a Midwestern town.