How one socially minded Toronto startup aims to change the tea business–one women farmer at a time.
Cherry Rose Tan created a forum for entrepreneurs to talk about what they thought unspeakable—the mental health struggles of entrepreneurs.
In her new book, Sarah Kaplan argues that doing good can also be good for the bottom line—if businesses go about it the right way.
A 19th century successful, edge-walking feminist entrepreneur, publisher and leading suffragette who racked up a number of firsts—in politics and business—suffered harsh consequences. What can we learn from Victoria Woodhull experience that still applies today?
CV Harquail’s opinionated book is jam-packed with practical ideas about why feminism needs to be taken seriously by the business world.
The Women of Ontario Social Enterprise Network (WOSEN) gets lift off thanks to the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy Fund (WES).
With $150 billion of economic growth at stake, can we really afford to keep gaslighting women entrepreneurs? What can you do to help stop it?