In a study of female leaders, it’s been revealed that more than a fifth feel as though they’re not listened to when speaking with male investors.
Despite having a background in engineering, Siddhi Mehta decided to fill a gap in the market – and people’s stomachs – by creating a healthy snack business and forging a path as a food entrepreneur.
As part of a Silicon Valley Comes to the UK trade mission, 15 British female founders will head to San Francisco and discuss scaling and overseas business.
Gender pay gap reporting is only one part of the puzzle, and more needs to be done to address wider issues such as gender discrimination in order to strengthen teams in the workplace.
In the wake of International Women’s Day, which takes place annually on 8 March and calls for people globally to come together and promote a more inclusive world of gender equality, it seems timely to take a step back and remember that gender diversity in the workplace is far more than just a box-ticking exercise.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Tinder has backed the Be Bold For Change message with an art installation on London’s Southbank, which model Lily Cole kicked off.
Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke, a powerful female leader on the show, and now in real life, has revealed that even she finds herself challenged by inequality in the workplace.
A look at struggles of women in the UK when it comes to finding work, and what help is available, such as the mentoring opportunities.
On our latest Black Cab Entrepreneur journey, people person Anna Frankowska told us how she went from party girl to economics graduate to investment banker and back again, returning to merrymaking with Party Hype.
Female entrepreneurs across the UK now have access to the support they need to achieve funding and growth in the business world, thanks to the launch of AllBright.
Following the nation’s decision to leave the European Union, Conservative party leader and prime minister David Cameron announced his resignation, which has resulted in home secretary Theresa May named the replacement.
By not supporting British women who want to start a business, the UK is missing out on a £10.1bn economic boost, according to research from Facebook. As such, it's teamed with the Federation of Small Businesses and British Chambers of Commerce to bring females into enterprise.