SCORE’s spring 2018 “The Megaphone of Main Street” data report focuses on women entrepreneurs—their successes, financing concerns and the impact of mentoring. Read more
Committing to sharing your small business savvy with young people doesn’t have to consume your professional or personal life. Whether you can spare an afternoon or a few hours each week, options abound for busy businesswomen.
In this webinar, learn strategies, insights and real-life examples on how to overcome the barriers faced by women business owners. Read more
Personalized Blankets creates personalized, meaningful baby gifts that well-wishers can order online. But after more than 15 years, Jackson says she wanted to reinvigorate her business after running on auto-pilot for several years.
Our latest infographic shows that in 2016, there are more than 11 million woman-owned businesses in the U.S., supporting nearly nine million jobs and generating annual revenues of $1.6 trillion.
Having the courage to try, knowing that success is not guaranteed and failures along the way are inevitable, is what sets entrepreneurs apart from the rest of the world. But courage often manifests itself differently for women than for men.