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What do an intimate apparel giant, a Tony Award-winning choreographer, an American Music Award-winning rapper, and a nationally-recognized life coach have in common?
It’s never been easier to connect with people. Sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo and GoFundMe make finding like-minded people to support your idea more feasible than ever.
While many women are leaning in at the office, others are opting out due to a lack of flexible scheduling, paid family leave, and affordable childcare.
Meera Kaul embodies the essence of role-model woman entrepreneur. Through her homonymous donor foundation, she sponsors financial investment and social support to countless women.Kaul’s corporate e...
Southwest Airlines is often praised for strong company culture — and for good reason. It understands that its customers aren’t its only external stakeholders; its employees are customers, too.
Coaching success, regardless of purpose, is a combination of knowledge of the coach, openness of the coachee and the relationship they build together.
Euphoric super fans tout entrepreneurship as the best thing since the iPhone. Others describe it as a never-ending slog of busywork. The truth lies somewhere in the middle.
New Blood Art launches a new website and tips the best 2014 art graduates to invest in now.London: Wednesday, June 25th 2014: New Blood Art - an innovator in the online art world, has been showcasi...
A new type of corporation is rising in prominence in the United States (US) and globally, the B-corp or Benefits Corporation. At least 24 states currently allow B-corps in the US, including my own...
My answer to whether the risk is worth taking is, it depends. Here are four recommendations I’d make to anyone who is contemplating making a really radical life or business change.
As someone who started my first social venture at 24, it is hard not to look back on my own career and wish someone had told me about the unglamorous aspects of entrepreneurship.