Jemma Caldwell, founder of Tanami, encourages The Next Women readers to take the plunge into the business world.
One of the most rewarding experiences that a business owner can have is welcoming a brand new employee to their staff. In most cases, new employees being added to the fold is a sign that the business is growing in more ways than one – especially when it comes to the increasing demand of its customers.
Alyssa Jade McDonald-Bärtl talks to Manuela Rehn, founder of GrüneKöpfe, a popular Berlin-based food consultancy specialising in organic and ethical food systems, about how the concept of food has changed over the years.
One of the largest surveys of business angels in the UK has reported an increase in the proportion of women business angels.
Vivian Sayward talks to The Next Women about her success story and shares some of the great tips she has learned on her journey.
An interview with Purple Plant Blends Founder Heather Scott, discussing how she created her unique product meets service model amid fierce competition to now being the most popular SF Bay Area smoothie company that serves in-house to tech giants like Square, Craigslist and Skype.
Once again, there’s a slow down in the global economy. I know a way we can mitigate that decline. Get more women in the workforce! In fact, this is BEST moment in time for millions of women graduating from universities in emerging economies to find or create jobs in their countries.
At the turn of the new millennium, the prolific franchise known as the Power Rangers was in full force, entertaining children around the world with numerous television series, movies and comic books.
In 2000, Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue became the 8th installment of the long running series, one of its major stars being a then ingénue Jennifer Yen. As Vypra, Yen made her Hollywood debut in a show that has to this day, endured as one of the most powerful children's entertainment franchises ever created.
What is the telepresence format that suits you best? That all depends on what you’re setting out to do. Evaluating your needs is a little confusing with so many vendors out there trying to get your business. Start first by defining your goals, and then work backwards by figuring out what structure will best support them, while at the same time keeping an eye on your expenses and training budget.