Tag: Women’s Empowerment

Women’s App Oohvie Focuses on Patient Healthcare

Women’s App Oohvie Focuses on Patient Healthcare Company is strategically positioned to participate in the rapidly growing FemTech industry to further advance women’s healthcare NAPLES, Fla., May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Company is strategically positioned to participate in the rapidly growing FemTech industry to further advance women’s healthcare. HealthLynked Corp. (OTCQB: HLYK), (“HealthLynked” or the “Company”) a global healthcare network…

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Welcome to the World’s First Women-Themed Hotel

Welcome to Hotel Zena, the world’s first women-themed hotel. Set in Washington D.C.’s trendy Logan Circle area between downtown and the 14th Street corridor, the property is everything Sheehan envisioned—and then some. By Laura Begley Bloom Back in 2018, Andrea Sheehan, CEO of Dawson Design Associates, had an idea for a new kind of hotel: an interactive, emotionally impactful space dedicated to…

Time has chosen 100 “Women of the Year”

Because its “Person of the Year” is Often a Man, Time has Chosen 100 “Women of the Year.” By Caitlin O’Kane Time magazine has chosen 100 “Women of the Year,” selecting one trailblazing woman to represent each year from 1920 to 2019. It’s a distinctive way to celebrate Women’s History Month, but it’s also an acknowledgment that for many years, women’s contributions…

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…

New Coffee Bar wants to put Empowering Women Front and Center.

Marches, MeToo Movements, and sexual-harassment victims coming forward — empowering women is clearly at the forefront of the American consciousness. This new coffee bar takes it one more step forward.  For Joanna Prisco, founder of The Good Witch, a Kickstarter-funded coffee-bar-in-progress that’s “owned, operated by, and dedicated to empowering women,” it was also becoming a mom that propelled her to…