Join us for our wegg® workshop, with Loree Sandler, on Wednesday, September 18th, hosted by Associated Bank (525 West Monroe Street, 15th Floor) from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Central time.
A new generation of female entrepreneurs are starting businesses in South Korea due to glass ceilings in a conservative country’s biggest companies. Frustrated in their climb up the corporate ladder in a male-dominated business culture, they choose to find another way up.
It is no secret that running your own business can be a stressful and taxing undertaking for any entrepreneur, but it does not have to be.
Bank of America Private Bank’s newest white paper, Women’s Entrepreneurial Journeys: Profiles of Leadership in an Era of New Opportunities, profiles eight courageous and resilient women who share their personal stories and the lessons they learned building successful businesses.
The stories highlight eight different entrepreneurial journeys that fall into four different categories:
- Founded and sold.
How Annette Tanner founded Broadway Dreams, a not-for-profit performing arts program, that trains young people around the world.
Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, does not have a subway system so taxies are a very popular way to get around. It is the women of Abu Dhabi who are taking the initiative and coming up with an efficient solution to help them get around: women-only family taxies that offer transportation,
Girlboss founder, Sophia Amoruso, on ‘failing forward’ and her unconventional road to success.
TXF talks to Makiko Toyoda, acting head of Global Trade Finance Program (GTFP) and Jessica Schnabel, global head, Banking on Women, Financial Institutions Group (FIG), the women who are spearheading the development of International Finance Corporations’s (IFC’s) latest initiative to raise access to trade finance for women-owned businesses to help them grow globally,
Thanks to the startup Nata Pura, the Pastel de Nata has become a lucrative international trend.