How Annette Tanner founded Broadway Dreams, a not-for-profit performing arts program, that trains young people around the world.
Girlboss founder, Sophia Amoruso, on ‘failing forward’ and her unconventional road to success.
The 5 things you need to do right now to stay on top of the changing business market.
Moj Mahdara, Beautycon Media Co-Founder and CEO, gives 6 tips for women trying to succeed in business.
On Wednesday February 6th at 11:00 am CST, Jacqueline Smith will be leading our first weggchat™ of 2019 on Twitter. Smith is the CEO of Kiesque, and her chat will cover “Starting Up and Taking a Personal Care Product Global.”
Why should you participate?
You can scratch your head and think, I’m no Facebook founder yet we all have one thing in common when we start a business. We take a leap of faith to do what we love and shoot obsessively for a successful outcome. In the case of Mr.
wegg® wants to help women everywhere transform their passions into global brands. Making the dreams of women entrepreneurs a reality is wegg®’s purpose. We are here for you.
You might be wondering, “How could anyone change their hobby into an international business?”
In 2019, wegg® wants to help all women entrepreneurs, from the seasoned to the aspiring, achieve their business ambitions. We can help you go global, and assist with the obstacles that usually prevent women from reaching their full business potential.
What are some of the barriers women face when trying to start an entrepreneurial career,
wegg® wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday! We will see you in the New Year, with wegginar® NO. 34 on Wednesday, January 9, 2019. This wegginar® will be presented by Laurel Delaney, President, wegg® and Founder, GlobeTrade.com. Join us at 11:00 am CST, noon Eastern for Laurel Delaney’s Global Trade Trends Report 2019.
Everyone knows the classic adage, “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.”
But wegg® knows, “Give a woman a fish, and you feed her for a day.