The GC4W News Weekend Reads Edition 30 is a collection of top stories and trending topics.
With so much news content being published each day on gc4women.org, we have decided to start a new tradition to keep you informed and connected to the resources to improve your life and business.
The following are top picks and trending topics on gc4women.org news:
1. What Kamala Harris’ VP Win Means For Girls + Mothers
The numbers are in, and so is Harris. California Sen. Kamala Harris will be the United States’ next Vice President. This is huge news for little girls who never imagined they could hold such a high office, and it’s huge news for their mothers, too. Harris has been pushing for change on several issues that matter so much to moms. Read more here.
2. Digital Transformation: 4 Changes To Make As A Female Entrepreneur
Digital transformation is the new strategic opportunity for women entrepreneurs who are willing to make the most of technologies.
Following the global crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies faced significant challenges. From modifying their production lines, to a rethinking of their sales channels. Many of them had resisted digitization for different reasons and suddenly had no choice but to evolve and avoid losing more. Read more here.
3. Meet the President of Mexico’s Association of Entrepreneurs
Juana Ramírez , founder of the company of the Sohin health accompaniment company, takes the presidency of the Association of Entrepreneurs of Mexico ( ASEM ), replacing Ulrick Noel in the position for the period 2020-2022.
“Being a woman forces me to change the reality of women to undertake. Today in ASEM only 35 percent of affiliates are women. We are convinced that entrepreneurship is an accelerator of social inclusion ”, said Ramírez during her participation in the virtual Summit of Entrepreneurs.
4. How Safe Are These Thanksgiving Activities Amid COVID-19?
What’s the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving amid COVID-19? Some traditional activities, like a big dinner with visiting friends and family, are riskier than others this year. But that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate at all—you just have to be careful and lower the risks as much as possible for yourself and others. Read more here.