11:15 am, July 30th | by Colette McIntyre
Today we bring you the fifth episode of “The Broad Experience,” a podcast dedicated to hashing out the issues facing working women today. Episode 5 is about a topic that is close to The Jane Dough’s heart: female entrepreneurship.
11:26 am, July 26th | by Grace Rasmus
In the spirit of finding better uses for our smartphones (you know, besides scrolling through the #brunch tag on Instagram), check out this really cool texting campaign from DoSomething.org and the crowd-funding site Kiva.
11:15 am, July 2nd | by Grace Rasmus
After witnessing the rise of female leaders in Silicon Valley, journalists Nora Poggi and Insiyah Saeed decided that more people should be aware of the awesome accomplishments of female entrepreneurs.
5:00 pm, April 2nd | by Meredith Lepore
Even Tory was afraid.
3:00 pm, March 29th | by Meredith Lepore
5:30 pm, March 12th | by Meredith Lepore
If anyone thinks women are bad at fundraising all they need to do is look at Rent the Runway founders Jennifer Hyman and Jennifer Fleiss.
1:46 pm, March 8th | by Meredith Lepore
You need this in your life.
12:50 pm, March 7th | by Meredith Lepore
There are many obstacles for female founders in Silicon Valley, the number one being that they aren’t “white male nerds.”
10:30 am, February 28th | by Meredith Lepore
This week Forbes looked at the best cities for female entrepreneurs. Though NerdWallet also put out a similar list this week, Forbes’s includes cities where budding female entrepreneurs are getting loans for their new businesses, like Houston Texas. Here are the best places to strike out on one’s own.
1:05 pm, January 10th | by The Jane Dough Staff
One surefire way to get more women in business is to encourage them to start their own companies. But is it possible that startups founded and run by women might be more valuable than companies started by men? Startup advisor Wayne Sutton sure thinks so, citing statistics that “women tend to generate higher revenues, even though they are given one-third less capital than men. It’s also known that founding teams with mixed genders were able to raise larger rounds.” Pretty convincing, no? If you need more proof, we’ve compiled 30 smart, successful women in business who have co-founded or are launching startups. Who knows? Maybe you’ll get inspired yourself.