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LiisBeth Original

LiisBeth Dispatch #27

LiisBeth Dispatch #27

A new C-suite job? Yes, It’s time for corporations to consider a Chief Feminist Officer. And to help advance the idea, we have kindly written the job description. Also in #27, women in the cannabis industry, feminist startup work out club Liberation Barbell and more!

Does Your Enterprise Meet The Feminist Business Standard?

Does Your Enterprise Meet The Feminist Business Standard?

As the Trump administration’s regressive agenda unfurls globally before our astonished eyes, social entrepreneurs will need to step up their game — feminist business practices and leadership principles may just be the next frontier.

LiisBeth Dispatch #26

LiisBeth Dispatch #26

This week: What to Make of Canada-United States Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders? R.I.P Julie Weeks, and Research on How Feminism Impacts Entrepreneurship Policies in Other Countries

The Cure for the Start-Up Incubator and Accelerator Gender Gap: Accountability

The Cure for the Start-Up Incubator and Accelerator Gender Gap: Accountability

Gender oppression among women, trans, queer, and the intersectionally defined is a well documented issue in tech startup spaces in Ontario, Canada and North America at large. Calling for public accountability can help.

Special Gender, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Podcast Feature

Special Gender, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Podcast Feature

Writer Natalie Clifford Barney once called entrepreneurship “the last refuge of the troublemaking individual.” Listen to the stories of five “resistance” entrepreneurs in this special edition LiisBeth podcast.

LiisBeth Dispatch #25

LiisBeth Dispatch #25

In this issue: Losing Yourself in Your Venture, Oasis Aqualounge, Feminist Securities Regulators? And More!

Revitalizing Women’s Sexuality, One Member at a Time

Revitalizing Women’s Sexuality, One Member at a Time

In the 1970s, Germaine Greer called out patriarchal social norms that cut women off from expressing their innate sexuality and true desires. The good news is today’s sex and body-positive entrepreneurs are here to disrupt those norms—once and for all.

A Cure for Chaos: A Playlist To Feed Your Heart and Mind

A Cure for Chaos: A Playlist To Feed Your Heart and Mind

This week, LiisBeth invited Urbanology, a Toronto-based lifestyle and music magazine, to curate a playlist for readers looking for a cure—and to discover new artists in the process. Enjoy!

LiisBeth Dispatch #24

LiisBeth Dispatch #24

In this issue: Resistance/Activist Entrepreneurs; Are Women Really Rejecting Gender Based Incubators? Plus Six Mini-Profiles and “Can’t Miss” Events