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30th August 2017

Why We Need Continuing Education

Why We Need Continuing Education   It may feel like well-trodden ground, but the fact remains true: Women aren’t equal to men in the workplace. The […]
24th August 2017

Content by Location: Offer Unique User Experiences

Content by Location: Offer Unique User Experiences I’ve always loved maps. They are filled with data, but sometimes that data is dull to read or sort […]
20th April 2017

The 5 Advantages of Being a Female Entrepreneur

While it is easy to count the difficulties of being a woman, it is also easy to think up some significant positives: We live longer, we […]
25th March 2017

Tips for Building a Small Business Through Branding

When you launch a small business, no matter the industry it’s in, it is important to spend a lot of time and energy on marketing. This […]
17th February 2017

Employment Compliance Tips for Women Business Owners

Whether you have a very small team in your office, or lead a business that has thousands of employees, it’s incredibly important to ensure that your […]
16th February 2017

Why Venture Capitalists Overlook Women

The startup world evolves quickly. Though the number of women-led startups continues to be dramatically lower than the number of startups run by men, the number […]
4th February 2017

How Mobile-Scannable Product Passports Will End Counterfeits

TheNextWomen interviews Catherine Bouthiaux, a French entrepreneur whose long-term passion to fight counterfeit goods drove her to create the Product Passport which is changing the way […]
5th January 2017

What Women Gain From MBAs

It shouldn’t be a surprise that additional education and training impacts a worker’s career prospects, and it shouldn’t be a surprise to women that the impact […]
5th January 2017

Top degrees for women in the workforce

If you’re thinking about branching out into your own business in the coming year, or want to try and land a promotion or transition into a […]
29th November 2016

Why I have no reservations hiring heavily pregnant staff

My company, Sidekicks, employs eight people. All eight are female, two have young children, one spent nine years out of the workplace raising her family before […]
28th November 2016

StartUp Diaries: From Big Corporate To Going it Alone

Kirstie White shares her journey and the lessons she has learned from the major corporate world to following her childhood dream of becoming her own boss. The first […]
25th November 2016

Startup Diaries: Breaking Out Of The Comfort Zone

Patricia Baronowski-Schneider, President and Founder of Pristine Advisers, talks to TheNextWomen about leaving a secure job and taking a leap into the unknown. Staring up my business was a […]
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