The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated gender challenges that women face such as intimate partner violence, unpaid domestic work, and lack of education.
February 11th was recognized as International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
The Diana International Impact Report, released by Babson’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership, shows that even as entrepreneurial women have become a significant force in the U.S. economy — with equal or majority ownership in 45% of all U.S. firms — most have difficulty raising growth capital.
Whether you are applying for a new job, going after a large business contract or courting a new overseas customer, negotiation is the key to achieving your desired outcome. Professor Margaret A. Neale, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, knows a thing or two about how to negotiate.
Let’s put working women at the forefront of entrepreneurship in 2020.
A new analysis by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) shows that if women and men participated equally as entrepreneurs, global GDP could rise by approximately 3% to 6%, boosting the global economy by $2.5 trillion to $5 trillion. However:
… unleashing the power of women entrepreneurs will require action from a range of groups,
In the article, Unique Barriers Face Women-Owned Businesses, authors Maribel A. Dano-Luna (pictured left), Senior Researcher, and Rose Ann Camille (pictured right), Research Associate, Asian Institute of Management Rizalino S. Navarro Policy Center for Competitiveness, discuss the challenges women business owners face when exporting.
There are ways that all of us can amplify the voices of the women around us.
The key to furthering the entrepreneurship of Indian women? Empower them legally and economically.