LiisBeth Original

LiisBeth Original

Field Trip App Puts Historical Women on the Map

Field Trip App Puts Historical Women on the Map

Group of young women activists aim to spread the word about inspirational women in history through travel app.

Shift Your Attitude: Creating a Family-Friendly Workplace Forges a Happier (and more productive) Workplace Family

Shift Your Attitude: Creating a Family-Friendly Workplace Forges a Happier (and more productive) Workplace Family

What my own experience taught me was the value of flexibility. If I hear anyone complain that the one-year maximum for maternity leave permitted in Canada is overly generous, I have to keep myself from attacking.

A Conversation with Gender Capitalism Expert Sarah Kaplan

A Conversation with Gender Capitalism Expert Sarah Kaplan

“I’m not very interested in telling women how they can improve themselves to fit into the existing system. I’m much more interested in…how the system can be changed….”

When Lightning Strikes: Living With Bankruptcy

When Lightning Strikes: Living With Bankruptcy

What are the real costs of entrepreneurship when the business you founded, and loved, hits the rocks.

Are you “giving it away” for the right reasons?

Are you “giving it away” for the right reasons?

Fall is upon us. Conference and event swag and freebie hunters are on the loose. But when is donating a good move? And when should you say no?

When the Shoe Doesn’t Fit, Make a New One

When the Shoe Doesn’t Fit, Make a New One

Cultural creatives looking to avoid becoming a “suit” work to re-define entrepreneurship for themselves.

The Future of Accelerators and Incubators?

The Future of Accelerators and Incubators?

“Trying to combine social goals with profit-making is very unlikely to succeed.”

Who Runs The Show?

Who Runs The Show?

Amy says, “Don’t be held back by startup table stakes.”

The Problem with Bro-preneurship: On Display at Montreal’s Startupfest

The Problem with Bro-preneurship: On Display at Montreal’s Startupfest

Bro-preneurship culture is a recognized barrier to inclusion, so why do men over 40 still encourage it?

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