This summer saw some exciting events for women in business; events which focused on acknowledging the rise of the ‘business superwoman’.
San Diego success story branches to East Coast.
Female-focused coworking space Hera Hub signed its first franchise agreement on Friday, April 11th 2014, officially expanding the business to Washington D.C. The San Diego based enterprise is now bi-coastal, the first agreement in a five year plan to open 200 locations all over the world.
Skyler McCurine talks to The NextWomen about her incredible experience speaking at a TEDx event and her journey to the stage.
Victoria Arnold, CEO of the corporate powered work space provider, Desk Union (and Next Women Advisee), talks to The NextWomen about the company's recent deal with the Royal Bank of Scotland, to launch the bank's first co-working space.
On the 17th July 2014 the world’s first digital market place for independent and interactive travel guidebooks, favoroute.com, went online.
World travelers can find an abundance of travel guidebooks that are completely independent and composed by the traveler him/herself. Travelers can choose (or share!) their favorite travel guides based on their specific wishes and be inspired by professional travel bloggers and travel journalists.
On the 18th June, The Next Women reported on the shortlist for the Women in Logistics Awards 2014. Read more here. Well, a few weeks on and we now have great pleasure in being able to follow up on the winners.
Maila Reeves reviews Celebrity Authors' Secrets, a new book by Stephanie J. Hale.
Stephanie J. Hale gives us a fascinating view into the practice and process of some of the worlds’ most popular and prolific authors, in a series of insightful interview transcripts.
What is perhaps most interesting about this collection is that whilst the authors are very different and encompass a broad range of genres and writing styles, there are definite under-pinning themes which radiate out from the literary world.
The nine individuals and two companies in the running for awards at the Women in Logistics annual conference and awards have been unveiled.
The most popular across four categories will be honoured at a glittering ceremony in Warwickshire on the evening of Friday June 27, in the company of the judges Professor Richard Wilding and Ruth Waring, and special guest Mrs Beverley Bell, the UK's first female traffic commissioner.
Women are powerful catalysts as world changers and tend to have a close relationship with their local communities and a sense of connection with the wider world. Women’s influence is expanding and as more women develop businesses, products and services, many have a deep desire to contribute to making a difference and creating sustainable, positive change.
Supporting the central role women play in influencing and shaping society, a new fellowship focused on elevating the social impact of influential women (and men) is launching this November.
Pioneers for Change actively seeks to gather a community of international wealth holders and inheritors, entrepreneurs, investors, senior executives, career changers and talented thinkers and do-ers.
Nikki Yates, former nurse and now General Manager of GSK’s UK business, explains to The NextWomen why showcasing creativity and collaboration is the key to attracting ambitious young women into science and engineering – and how everyone in the industry can help by sharing their own inspiring stories.