Could entrepreneurship training for mothers and daughters raise knowledge and confidence in both generations? Here is what we learned.
Ali Golds outlines the skills you need to become an entrepreneur and why most women probably already have them. So what’s stopping you reaching for your dreams?
Rebecca Newenham’s virtual PA business allows her to work flexibly from home around her family. And as business booms she’s now helping 19 other parents to do the same.
Miranda Sharpe has been an established Jewellery designer maker for 12 years. A mum with a home-based studio, she shares her journey and top tips with Annette Naudin.
Textile designer Lisa Watson explains why she is committed to ‘made in Britain’ and what support she’s been able to tap into.
When she couldn’t find the perfect beach bag, Sally Hurst designed her own. The minimum order for manufacture was 6,000. She took the leap and hasn’t looked back.
Jessica’s prospects looked bleak as a 17 year-old teenage mother. But early responsibility gave her the drive to be a success in business. Now she’s giving back and going Global with Color blind Cards.
Mumpreneur is a marmite word. But growing mum-led businesses are driving equality and success at work and home.
Heather Gorringe is an environmental and social media pioneer. Her values have created a successful and highly-innovative business.
Tiffany’s success shows the value of building your business around a high-quality niche market. With every garment designed and manufactured in Britain, it’s also a British manufacturing success story.
How the ‘power of the playground’ helped two mums, with no design experience, invent and launch Splats.
“Companies will not sign up to a consultancy service from an advert, it is a very personal relationship.” Sarah Daniels of the RedCat Partnership shares her business journey in our Real Women in Business Q&A.
Six women from one small town share their experience in 60 second videos. The passion is contagious!
When Mandy Haberman had a baby with feeding difficulties, she designed a solution. From that came more inventions and her own company