Guest post by Ali Lawrence Though these two women had very different backgrounds, they actually had a great deal in common. They were both performers, and they were both seen as fonts of wisdom and honesty, Angelou based on her incredible series of beautifully written autobiographies and Davis because of... Read more →


Guest post by Megan Totka There are countless signs that the workforce is really ready for women leaders. However, female entrepreneurs still have trouble securing business loans. A study done by the California Reinvestment Coalition found that in California, small business loans given to women dropped by 70 percent between... Read more →


Guest post by Georgina Stewart Despite strides made in equality, we still struggle to see substantial amounts of women in executive or leadership positions; many view this as a shortage that needs to be tackled. However, before this issue can be resolved it’s essential to identify the factors that may... Read more →


Guest Post by Kelly Lucia Many small business owners and entrepreneurs use market research to learn more about their target audience. They use this same research to find out how their products or services relate to their customers, and they educate themselves on the best ways to increase sales within... Read more →


Guest post by Ryan Currie Being a woman in business is hard enough without having to navigate the murky waters of social media. But in today’s increasingly-digital age it’s not sufficient just to own a business and smile your way through trade shows, you have to be involved and invested... Read more →


Guest post by Kelly Gregorio As an entrepreneur you’re constantly on the lookout for ways to get ahead. Investments, growth and productivity are keys to your business’s overall success. Unfortunately when it comes to securing additional working capital, the traditional avenues seem to put up roadblocks for the small business... Read more →


It can be easy as business women to get caught up in all the things we perceive as unfair in the workplace. While ten percent of Fortune 500 companies employ zero women on their boards and we haven’t seen an increase of female CEOs over the past few years, we... Read more →