Tag: Female Leaders

How Hiring Women and Moms Propels Economic Recovery

How Hiring Women and Moms Propels Economic Recovery This week I spent time with a friend I admire highly – Trina Limpert, formerly Global President of Women for eBay. She now heads RizeNext, with a vision of raising up a new generation of diverse technologists, executives, and directors. Since mid-2019, she’s been training companies in the creation of diversity and impact initiatives that drive…

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GC4W News Weekend Reads – Edition 7.0

GC4W News Weekend Reads – Edition 7.0 The GC4W News Weekend Reads Edition 7.0 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…

3 Ways to Make Businesses More Welcoming to Women

3 Ways to Make Businesses More Welcoming to Women Women are undeniably good for business. Numbers consistently show that gender-diverse companies are more likely to experience above-average profitability. Also, from my experience I have observed that women add an important complementary perspective to the business issue at hand, which often results in a wider range of solutions. Thus, it is…

Female-Forward Razor Thrives in Male-Dominated Industry

If you’re in the market for an incredibly quality razor that also happens to be breaking down the gendered barriers in business, let me introduce you to Billie. As a female-first razor brand, Billie is dedicated to creating their product designs, branding and more through the lens of the female gaze, rather than the male. The women’s shaving and body brand was birthed in reaction to 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…

Cindy Mi, VIPKid CEO, Made Education A Universal Language

How VIPKid CEO Cindy Mi Made Education A Universal Language. Beijing-based VIPKid is giving American teachers an income boost from halfway around the world. Under cofounder and CEO Cindy Mi, the online learning company contracts with more than 30,000 North American instructors and matches them with some 200,000 primarily Chinese pupils for one-on-one video sessions in English—along with a growing…