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The NextWomen is on a mission to build The Female Business Brand for entrepreneurs, executives and investors. Our goal is to advise, inspire & connect a global & local community of ambitious entrepreneurial women specifically on their business needs - online & offline. The NextWomen is all about killer advice and killer contacts!
The NextWomen is read and followed by women founders, executives and investors across EMEA, Americas, Africa and parts of Asia. Our readership is international, mostly women (85%) founders (75%) between 30 and 45.
Our 2013 Editorial Themes are:
- January 2013: Africa
- February 2013: Social Entrepreneurship
- March 2013: Career
- April 2013: Fashion & Retail
- May 2013: Technology
- June 2013: LATAM
- July 2013: Generations & Family Business
- August 2013: Europe
- September 2013: How-to
- October 2013: Corporate Life
- November 2013: Marketing
- December 2013: Finance
Would you like to write for The NextWomen?
At The NextWomen, we believe that one of the core strengths of our magazine is the quality of our original content. We love to publish content which simply cannot be found anywhere else.
We are always looking for articles and interviews which align with our goal - to advise, inspire & connect a global & local community of ambitious entrepreneurial women on their business needs - and our monthly Editorial Themes.
We are especially interested in finding bloggers all over the world to act as regional correspondents, profiling women founders, investors and leaders in their area and reporting on regional business news, such as writing about the local startup scene, tech & business events, fundraising successes, etc.
We are also looking for bloggers for our new Startup Diaries section, a collection of first person anecdotes from women building businesses, as a resource for other female founders.
We ask for one article per month from our regular contributors. We also accept one-off or occasional guest posts.
Contact us for more details on writing for The NextWomen.