Magdalena Bak-Maier, trained neuroscientist, coach and author speaks to The Next Women about Heart and Mind Fusion.
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!
THENEXTWOMEN STARTUP AWARDS, 2015
The prize winning pitches for the International Pitch Competition 2015 at The Next Women Innovation Summit have been named. Vastari - the jury prize winner - is a unique online platform from England for private art collectors and museums to aid the organisation and hiring of exhibitions.
In the Startup Diaries series, Cecile van der Waal of Printr tells her story;
Although I just started as an entrepreneur, it already feels like a lifetime. One day of working, feels like an entire week and yet I can’t believe how fast the weeks fly by. This sounds exhausting, but it gives me a lot of energy.
Europe, what is your plan as to the success of female entrepreneurs?
In order to increase the economic power of developing countries, many entrepreneurial and education programmes are initiated in of developing countries that focus on women.
Video conferencing is a rising trend with everyone from the rarified heights of the Fortune 500 companies to small businesses and shiny new startups. However, using video conferencing to its maximum potential and impact has some tips and tricks – and a lot of them are old school rules about communication and how to run a meeting.
Clover Lewis visited Xtreme Gym’s Boot Camp to find out what makes it different, what they have to offer, and whether she could handle the workout!
Deidre Morrissey shares her views on the new technology the ‘Internet of Things,’ and discusses its applications and privacy problems.
New statistics show that women are breaking through the glass ceiling and earning more than their male counterparts.
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.