Is feminism uniquely prone to higher levels of divisiveness than other large global movements? Basualdo says yes. read more
I noticed plenty of women attending the conference and after parties, and I found the festival a great place to network with industry peers. But there is more to gender parity than numbers, leaving plenty of work yet to do as far as inclusion is concerned.
More women are turning to entrepreneurship than ever before– Can we really afford to keep missing the mark when it comes to developing the infrastructure needed to amplify their potential?
Large corporations and governments are working to procure more of their products and services from firms led by women and gender nonconformists. But what about SMEs?
How does a 22-year-old cope with a lived experience marked by bullying and harassment? By starting her own company.
Until now, the big-city #MeToo movement has outed mostly politicians and celebrities. But what happens when it hits a small business in a rural community?
Six diverse entrepreneurs dishing on their six unique journeys creates one inclusive event. Find out what Bee Quammie learned by being there.
Feminism is the largest, oldest gender equality movement on the planet. Despite its complexity, setbacks and attacks by counter-movements it persists and pervades. Why?
How does one design a successful inclusive event? Lex Schroeder shares five unique elements that reflect feminist values and pedagogy. Reader beware: it’s not easy.
Katrina McKay didn’t set out to start an outsourcing business but a desire to create abundance for others led her there.