Author page: Karen Li

Digital Transformation: 4 Changes To Make As A Female Entrepreneur

Do it at the mere hour. Act with little agility. Apply old-school leadership. Forget human resources. 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…

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…

GC4W Marketplace Spotlight: Lillian Elenwoke of Mbisafrican

GC4W is so excited to announce that we are carrying MBISAFRICAN on our newly launched GC4W Marketplace. We started a new campaign this month to encourage our community to #shopsmall and support female entrepreneurs when doing your holiday shopping this season.  Founded by Lillian Elenwoke, the Gift Advisory by MBisAfrican(MBA) is the store owned and operated by MBA Packaging;  a company that helps emerging brands…

GC4W Marketplace Spotlight – Yina Bae, Fashion Designer

GC4W is so excited to announce that we are carrying Yina Yina on our newly launched GC4W Marketplace. We started a new campaign this month to encourage our community to #shopsmall and support female entrepreneurs when doing your holiday shopping this season.  Founded by Yina Bae, a Korean American designer based in New York City, YINA YINA is an accessories brand inspired by simplicity.…

What Female Entrepreneurs Really Need: a Cheerleader Team

By Maria Prohazka A couple of weeks back, I was  part of a panel discussion at Creative Business Cup — a network for innovative businesses — in Copenhagen, addressing the topic of female entrepreneurship. Some rather prominent and successful female entrepreneurs were on the panel alongside of me, but the discussion quickly devolved into how, today, men in the Western nations are still more likely to…

Women And Work: How To Get Creative During A Pandemic

Now that we are over six months into the global pandemic, it’s time to take stock and get more creative. It’s time to pay attention to the women leaders you work with, because they have been singularly derailed with small people clamoring for their attention as they have tried to balance working from home and life at home. For most…