Coco Chanel changed the way women saw themselves forever, she released us from the constraints of the corset and set us free. Do you set yourself free from the potential chains of how you see yourself?
Does the subject of money bring up your fears about self-worth? Do you see money purely as a form of energy to create your dreams? Or is earning a fortune your prime motivation for starting a business?
What’s the feminomic alternative to our man-made economic crisis?
Traditional negotiation styles can backfire for women. But you can play to your strengths and win, or even better win-win.
Halla Tomasdottir managed to take her company Audur Capital through the eye of the financial storm in Iceland by applying 5 traditionally “feminine” values to financial services. At TEDWomen, she talks about these values and the importance of balance.
Still not sure exactly what social enterprise is? You’re not alone, surveys show most people think it’s something to do with socialising. And while that may be a nice outcome of doing business which does good, it’s definitely not the main objective! So what is social enterprise then? Watch this brilliant little video from The Social Enterprise Coalition to find out.
Ethics are big business. And ethics are an important driver for growing numbers of new businesses too, many of which unfortunately fail to get the balance right between passion and profit. So what can idealistic start-ups learn from the success of the Co-op and the fair trade movement?
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