Business Book Awards founder Lucy McCarraher talks role modelling versus tokenism and why every woman in business needs to get a book under her belt.
Tara Chandra & Susan Allen are university buddies turned female-care entrepreneurs, offering consumers healthier and greener alternatives to the usual products on the market.
International Women’s Day has been and gone. But the UK still lags behind other world leading economies when it comes to the number of female entrepreneurs doing business. A new treasury led report proposes ways to change that, including the fact that doing so could release billions of pounds back into the UK economy.
Despite the depressing statistics, being a successful female CEO in a male-dominated company is absolutely achievable.
This entrepreneur is helping women over 50 become their own business owners.
Genderbuzz founder Natasha Stromberg talks making it as a female entrepreneur in a male-dominated business world.
On International Women’s Day 2018, serial entrepreneur Jan Cavelle reflects on how to change the in-balance that stops women from accessing venture capital and angel investment.
Pippa Murray quite literally puts the Pip in Pip & Nut, a healthy food brand that has achieved international growth after launching just three years ago, despite the fact she had no prior FMCG experience.
Cosmetics have been around a long time, so standing out is tricky – even for large firms. However, this micro business has found its way onto everyone’s lips.
Ione Butler is a trained performer, but despite a passion for acting, giving leads her heart, which is why she’s developed Uplifting Content, a Facebook community and business that share her beliefs.
When you think of the typical tech entrepreneur, I like to think I don’t fit the blueprint. Throughout my life and career, I have been unconventional, which is why I thoroughly reject the typical Silicon Valley approach to tech.
Superwoman came up during Real Business’ interview with Carolyn Radford, who remains resolute in her duty as Mansfield Town CEO – a hire met with adversity for being a woman.