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Shari YocumAn Interview with M&A Expert Shari Yocum, on the question whether entrepreneurship Is possible at any stage of life.

TheNextwomen is glad to provide an update of the Esther Koplowitz Centre, which opened in Barcelona in 2010; in just five years the centre has played an important role in biomedical research into diseases in the areas of neurology, cancer, digestion and tropical diseases, and represents one of Europe’s largest ever private donations to biomedical research. Set forth below some of thenextwomen involved in the R&D efforts in Spain!

Neelie Kroes, the European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, took a few minutes to address the audience of the Girls in Tech Paris 4th Annual Lady Pitch Night. She talks about the strength of women in technology and entrepreneurship and the need to continue efforts like Lady Pitch Night.

Some of the most phenomenal women-focused nonprofit organizations I have spotlighted authenticate a simple yet powerful message: women’s empowerment can be secured only when women are united in a common fight toward gender equality.

September 9, 2014—Diversion Books published Innovating Women, a collection of candid, first-hand accounts of women in technology.

5 Prominent WomenDave Landry discusses some of the world's most powerful and inspirational businesswomen and the story of their success.

Dana Tobak shares with The NextWomen her top reasons for entrepreneurial success, drawing on her own experiences of starting up two pioneering technology companies in the United Kingdom, Be Un Ltd. that sold for 50 million pounds ($87 million) after only 18 months, and the latest venture Hyperoptic, another pioneering technology company breaking all speed limits offering superfast internet services.

Kate Lewis, Commercial Director At Frog.Frog is a leading education technology solutions provider. Kate Lewis, Frog's Commercial Director kindly talked to Adriana Galue of her rise in becoming one of the leading figures at Frog, within an industry almost entirely dominated by men.

With her vast experience spanning across several countries and working for some of the sector’s biggest businesses, Kate has helped shape a company that now has an annual revenue of £9.5m, offering learning tools to over 12million students, teachers and parents worldwide. 

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For Farah Mohamed, creating G(irls)20 was a natural way to blend her passion for the economic empowerment of women and girls with her vast experience in the political arena.

Women LEAD is the first and only leadership development organization for adolescent girls in Nepal.In this article, Megan Foo, Editorial Assistant and Regular Contributor of The NextWomen, discusses problems that stem from the leadership gap in developing countries, and spotlights the untiring efforts of Women LEAD - a nonprofit organization that empowers adolescent girls to be leaders - to close this gap in Nepal.