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Trailblazing Women: Ida Beerhalter, Co-head of IOME Family Office

Anne Ravanona | Posted 05.07.2015 | Business
Anne Ravanona

"I think the further you move away from your comfort zone and go exploring, that's when you may find a hidden talent or -- what is also important -- something which makes it much easier to face and accept a weakness."

As for Innovation: My Bet Is on Women in STEM

Kay Koplovitz | Posted 07.15.2013 | Business
Kay Koplovitz

The problem of women being left out of the innovation economy is real and the more we connect the dots, not just among entrepreneurs in these fields, but with academics, corporations, researchers and governments looking for public private partnerships, the more successful we will be.

The New Girls Network: Building A Bigger Pie For High-Growth Women-Led Companies

Women 2.0 | Posted 04.29.2012 | Technology
Women 2.0

There are incredible things happening in the startup world for women entrepreneurs.

From Neckties to Nuclear Waste: The U.S. Government Is Open for Business

Angela Haines | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Angela Haines

The Small Business Administration has announced its Women-Owned Small Business Procurement Programs. It just got a little easier to add to your client list the country's biggest spender: the US Government.

British Airways Gives Entrepreneurs A Ticket To Global Expansion

Angela Haines | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Angela Haines

With its Face of Opportunity program, British Airways offered 250 entrepreneurs, selected out of 1500 entries, on the basis of video or written essays, one round-trip ticket to a destination of their choice anywhere in the world to forge new business relationships.

Why Aren't There More Women Starting High Growth Businesses?

Liz Hamburg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Liz Hamburg

There is a lot of discussion of why there is a dearth of high growth women-run companies but the more important question is how to make a change.

Entrepreneurs -- Manage Yourselves!

Penny Herscher | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Penny Herscher

It's a fact that women entrepreneurs only get 4.2% of the venture funding in the U.S. -- and some would say women hurt themselves with the venture capitalist community by being emotional.