Entrepreneurship

Why Female-Owned Businesses are Different

The number of women starting their own businesses is rising, but businesses owned by women continue to differ in significant ways from those owned by men, according to a new report on entrepreneurship in Canada...

Traits That Women Leaders Share

Women face more challenges and unique challenges in the workplace compared with men, which is one reason women are underrepresented in top business leadership roles. But some women do manager to get to the top ...

[Q&A] Jazz Singer & Fitness Instructor Anne Burnell

Anne Pringle Burnell is an acclaimed jazz singer and a certified instructor international presenter, author and education provider, who has been teaching exercise for 20 years. She developed the Peyow Aqua Pila...

A Banner Year for Women Entrepreneurs?

ForbesWoman’s Geri Stengel lists 11 reasons to be encouraged about women entrepreneurs’ prospects in 2015. One is the number of successful women-owned companies being created. Stengel notes that nine of CNC’s 2...

[Q&A] Judy Lane: Know Your Core Values

Judy Lane is managing principal of Teamworks Global, a Chicago-based professional services and training consultancy that has worked with executives from American Airlines, IBM, eBay and many others. She is a be...

Removing Barriers to Women’s Entrepreneurship

The best entrepreneurs have in common 10 discrete talents, according to Sangeeta Bharadwaj Badal (at l.), senior consultant and lead researcher in entrepreneurship for Gallup. In her recent book, Entrepreneuria...

Successful Women Entrepreneurs’ Three Traits

Women entrepreneurs who succeed have three traits in common, Lisa Abeyta writes on Huffington Post. The founder and CEO of civic tech mobile platform APPCityLife Inc., Abeyta says those shared traits are genero...