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A day in the life of the co-founder of JustCo, a Singapore startup that’s now Southeast Asia’s largest co-working space provider
She has up to 10 meetings a day, but makes time for her daughters at night, and even manages to squeeze in an hour of swimming and relaxing.
This Singaporean duo who expanded their online business to Hong Kong is smashing stereotypes about female leaders
Two women, one business, and a whole lot of gender stereotypes – but these women are unfazed.
A 22-year-old Singaporean woman conducted ‘live’ crowdfunding for a bag she designed – and raised S$12,000 on the spot
It allegedly raised S$8,000 in 2.5 hours at its live crowdfunding event.
A former Wall Street exec says some of the most common career advice given to women is deeply flawed
Former Wall Street executive Sallie Krawcheck says too many women make the same career mistake: acting like a man.
After interviewing 100 entrepreneurs, a CEO found all of the most successful women had ‘given up’ on the same idea
Design Sponge founder Grace Bonney interviewed 100 successful women entrepreneurs for her book, and found almost all of them had something in common.
Kate Levenstien is the CEO and founder of Cannonball Productions, the event planning company behind the Bacon and Beer Classic.
For women hoping to find investors, having at least one woman in the room can be beneficial. Having a fund made up almost entirely of women? Even better.
Access to capital and talent, as well as mentoring cultures, all factor into Dell's ranking of cities that are the most supportive for women entrepreneurs.
Dell builds diversity into its succession planning and leads groups focused on ensure women and other minorities are represented at the company.
"With women and other diverse backgrounds at the table it brings a level of transparency and accountability."