Name: Tazie Taysom
Job title: Art Consultant
Time in current role: 9 months
Tazie is a consultant at art consultancy and rental agency ARTIQ.
The 2017 Bank of America Women Business Owner Spotlight has shed light on the thoughts, predictions and work lives of businesswomen in the US. The study of more than 1,000 business owners shows that women are feeling optimistic about the next 20 years – 61% believe women’s wages will be equal to or greater than men’s and 66% predict that there will be more women-owned small business than men-owned. Continue reading
Name: Toni Adenle
Job title: Digital Media Manager
Time in current role: 2 years
Toni is a Digital Media Manager at NHS England. Continue reading
Want to know the best places in the world to settle for the benefit of your business endeavours? The Dell Women Entrepreneur Cities Index (WE Cities) – described as ‘a measure of a city’s ability to attract and support high potential women entrepreneurs (HPWE) i.e., women that want to grow and scale their business’ – has ranked the 50 best cities across the globe for female entrepreneurs.
Tennis star Venus Williams will host and executive produce a new television show which will offer investments to aspiring female entrepreneurs.
Tentatively titled Deals in Heels, the series will introduce five new women per episode, each vying for funding to turn their startup dreams to reality.
Name: Mahawa Kamara
Job title: Founder and Creative Director at The Soap Connoisseur
Time in current role: 3 years
Mahawa is the founder of skincare brand The Soap Connoisseur. Visit thesoapconnoisseur.com for products. Continue reading
With Wonder Woman raking in $621.3 million, Patty Jenkins has just become the female director with the highest grossing film ever.
In a recent interview with BuzzFeed she spoke about what the success of the history-making movie means for both women’s stories and female directors in Hollywood.
Tamara Mellon is the woman behind one of the most lauded luxury women’s shoe labels, Jimmy Choo. She launched the brand with Jimmy back in 1996, and since then its products have been fashioned by some of the world’s most famous feet.
Now at the helm of her own shoe line, Tamara sat with CNN Money’s Poppy Harlow for a candid chat about the importance of equal pay and the hurdles she encountered leading the Jimmy Choo empire.
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m procrastination-prone. Always have been, and likely always will be. Though it’s not something I advocate, the reality is that there are lots of people who fall prey to the procrastination curse at some point or other. Continue reading