GC4W Women & Entrepreneurship

Secrets to Peak Professional and Personal Performance

Revealing the Secrets to Peak Professional and Personal Performance Peak performance — it’s something just about everyone strives for. There are countless diets, books, blogs, TV shows and more dedicated to becoming your best self and operating at your highest capacity, both in business and in life. The question is, can it actually be done? While most focus on just one…

How This ‘30 Under 30’ Startup Sustains Its Business Online

With many retailers currently forced to rethink their physical spaces, The Clear Cut is successfully sustaining its business via social media, online communication tools like FaceTime, and on the strength of its direct-to-consumer concierge approach.  Let’s get something clear: its remote approach to selling is not the result of the new retail landscape presented by COVID-19. In fact, The Clear…

How the Founder of Year & Day Made Millennials Love Tableware

The tableware industry is enormous and old — a $7 billion space dominated by high-end legacy brands and low-cost plates from the likes of IKEA. Is there room for more? Kathryn Duryea once worked in brand management at Tiffany & Co., where she was part of that old guard, but then she saw a new opening: “We’re in a moment of women embracing leadership and entrepreneurship,…

How This Founder Created A Successful Business From Home

As the country navigates uncertainty and more companies apply work-at-home options for their employees, a new normal unveils. For many people, work-at-home is new territory and requires a shift in mindset. Working from home isn’t a new concept and presents new opportunities for individuals to excel. Chloe Urquhart, founder of Hart Media, a full-service social media and influencer marketing agency, leveraged…

76+ Women-Owned Small Businesses To Support From A Distance

Women who leave the workforce after having children often go the entrepreneurial route when they’re ready to work again, rather than attempting to jump back on the corporate ladder. Unfortunately that means they’re some of those getting hit the hardest as small businesses across the country close their brick and mortar stores as we shelter-in-place to protect against the spread of the novel coronavirus.