Tag: Business Women

10 Top Women CEOs

10 Top Women CEOs These 10 women lead Fortune 500 companies By WENDY CONNETT It is often said that the glass ceiling in corporate boardrooms is still intact. However, a few cracks appear here and there. Though the number of women chief executive officers (CEOs) at the helm of the largest companies is still significantly lower than the number of men serving as CEOs, their…

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Sara Blakely: 7 Life Lessons from the Founder of SPANX

“Can you see my underwear?” It’s a question every woman has asked her friends at some point—one that Sara Blakely, billionaire, founder, and sole owner of shapewear empire, SPANX®, turned into a billion-dollar solution. As a matter of fact, in 2012, Forbes named Blakely as the world’s youngest self-made billionaire. While it’s difficult to imagine the funny, vibrant, smart, and candid entrepreneur destined…

Why businesses, banks & society still need female execs

Why businesses, banks and society still need more women in executive roles By Alper Kara Only nine in the UK’s top 100 companies have a woman CEO, a recent report has revealed – part of an “appalling” picture of British business which even in 2022 remains remarkably male dominated. The report, from accountancy giant EY and Cranfield University, goes on to reveal that…

Eva Mendes, Jessica Alba Share Advice For Female Entrepreneurs

Eva Mendes, Jessica Alba Share Advice For Female Entrepreneurs Jessica Simpson, Eva Mendes, Jessica Alba, Lauren Conrad And Hannah Skvarla Share Their Advice For The Next Generation Of Female Entrepreneurs. By Yola Robert Create & Cultivate brought their highly anticipated conference back to Los Angeles for a one-day event filled with educational and inspiring panels, pop-ups, keynote speakers, mentor power…

The Business of Being Jennifer Anniston

The Business Of Being Jennifer Aniston By Molly Fitzpatrick Jennifer Aniston’s is the face that launched a thousand ad campaigns. The actress America first fell in love with for her performances on screens small and large has become even more ubiquitous in advertising: Flip through a magazine and you might see her clutching a bottle of Smartwater. Turn on the TV…