In an effort to empower the growing number of female business owners, Entrepreneur.com has announced the launch of ‘Women Entrepreneur’.
Classically characterised as dated ‘damsel in distress’ types, Disney Princesses aren’t exactly women you’d picture as career-driven forces, but one illustrator has changed that. Matt Burt has reimagined classic Disney Princess characters as established career women, with roles including neurologist, restaurateur, navy officer and lawyer all thrown into the mix. See who’s doing what below: Continue reading
Melanie Whelan has been at the helm of the famous fitness chain SoulCycle since 2015. Recently she sat with CNBC’s Adam Bryant, as part of his ‘Two Questions’ series where she gave advice to women in the earlier stages of their careers aspiring to eventually covet leadership positions. Continue reading
In the male-dominated food industry, female chefs are underrepresented and often overlooked, but Women of Food hopes to change that.
House of CB is the women’s fashion retailer whose items have been worn by some of the world’s most influential celebrities including Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez and the Kardashians.
Conna Walker, the force behind the fashions, sat down with Fashion Bomb Daily founder, Claire Sulmers, to talk about the evolution of the brand, revealing how she took House of CB from an eBay site to opening multiple stores in the UK as well as stateside in less than a decade.
For the first time in its 226-year history, the New York stock exchange (NYSE) has appointed its first female president. Continue reading
The Mayor of London has announced the launch of the Our Time initiative as part of the #BehindEveryCity campaign which challenges gender inequality in the capital.
The Dubai Mall, one of the world’s largest shopping centres, has announced its partnership with the Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation (DIDI) which will give young female fashion designers an entrance point into the industry by way of a full four-year Bachelor of Design scholarship. Continue reading
During the promo run for her new film A Wrinkle in Time, director Ava DuVernay stopped by talk show The Real and shed some light on her career journey, explaining that after working on the publicist side of the film industry she decided to try her hand at working behind the camera.