Media coverage of women in business has dropped. So get promoting: here are 5 reasons the media want to know about your business.
There’s no shortage of business advice, the challenge is to know what to listen to and what to ignore.
Traditional negotiation styles can backfire for women. But you can play to your strengths and win, or even better win-win.
Ever started with great intentions and then lost motivation? Staying on track can be a challenge, but there are some great techniques to help.
In business a good reputation is your greatest asset. It starts with solid foundations of trust, respect and integrity.
How can you prepare for difficult conversations at work and business? Understand your own conflict style and make the most of tough spots.
As the UK faces the toughest economic climate in over 50 years, it is time for the business world to review, learn and get smarter. Women in business are a critical part of the solution.
The great thing about a recent survey of top start-up tools is that most of them are free. There’s no excuse then, not to use world class services in your start-up! We already use many of those tools at Prowess 2.0 and here’s our assessment:
Twitter is the source of over 80% of Dark Bunny Tees’ orders. How can you make it work for your business.
Geena Davis, actress and founder of the Institute on Gender in Media talks here prior to the Pre-G20 Women’s Enterprise conference.
A great overview of what can be done to advance female enterprise worldwide. Part of the Pre-G20 women’s enterprise conference in Paris.
Bubble and Balm have attracted the UK’s largest crowd-funding investment of £75,000 from 82 micro-investors. It’s a sign that this new form of business funding has taken off in the UK.
Better support for women-owned businesses could be one answer to the jobs and growth crisis.
Recession is one of the best times to start a business. As the whole country undergoes an immense shake-out, businesses and households have no option but to tighten up and review their suppliers.