Tag: Female Entrepreneurship

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,…

GC4W Entrepreneurship Certificate Program at the Wing.

GC4W Entrepreneurship Certificate Program comes to “The Wing.” – Apply below for a fresh start. The Global Connections for Women Foundation is creating new pathways for women entrepreneurs to succeed in their pursuit of scalable business practices, and business leadership. As part of our effort to increase access to quality education for female entrepreneurs. The GC4W will run the second cohort of the…

5 Essential Steps For Aspiring Female Founders

Women start their businesses for a variety of reasons. According to research by SCORE, millennial women are often driven by market opportunity while baby boomers are driven by necessity. But regardless of the age group or primary driver, there are some universal considerations that apply to all potential woman entrepreneurs as they prepare to start a business. 1. Honestly assess yourself…