“I actually think the next 12 months are going to be the most exciting time in Origin’s 20-year history,” says co-founder and COO Victoria Brocklesby. Here’s why.
Cat Gazzoli is on track to turnover £6m this year, and is eyeing China as an export market for her organic babyfood brand Piccolo. Here’s her story.
Women are asking for lower pay than their male counterparts for identical senior roles, according to new research. Here’s why.
We get to know Altify’s Aine Denn a little better as she takes on the slow-to-change world of sales.
There’s a reason why women pull out the gender card and blame their gender for holding them back by default.
London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) is the UK’s largest childcare social enterprise, which runs nurseries in the disadvantaged areas in London. We talk to June O’Sullivan to get to know the woman behind LEYF.
Leading the way in celebrating the many achievements of exceptional women in Britain, the 2017 First Women Awards winners were a feast of excellence.
Having touched on themes such as succession and skills, Jan Cavelle explains how issues with women amongst staff also pulled her business under the waves.
Sara Pascoe chats exclusively to Real Business about building her career, dealing with social media trolls and why censorship is wrong in today’s world.
In 2015, United Nations representatives developed the UN’s sustainable development goals, 17 aspirational goals for humanity to achieve by 2030. Among them is goal five – achieving gender parity and empowering women.
It’s the time of year to recognise those inspiring females who will join an alumni of game-changers – the race is on for the 2017 First Women Awards. But as always, we need your help uncovering the latest crop.
You might imagine that technology companies are at the forefront of diversity, especially considering most are full of super-intelligent people who would never dream of discriminating against someone. The reality, however is that gender diversity is a huge issue within our industry, and has been for some time.