In rural communities across the developing world, small farmers lack education on basic farming techniques, instead relying on traditional practices that hurt their income and put them at serious risk for malnutrition.
Santa Fe and Boulder lead the way in their support of female-owned businesses.
In developing and emerging economies, access to economic opportunities can give women greater control over their lives, helping them move themselves and their families out of the base of the pyramid and toward more stable lives.
[Editor's Note: Pearson was one of the generous companies to host a Path to Empowerment roundtable meeting.
Amway leaders and Amway business owners—the individuals who have Amway businesses—talk a lot about the “entrepreneurial spirit.” Entrepreneurship is the cornerstone of the direct-selling industry, and Amway business owners believe in helping to put business ownership within reach of anyone who wa
One of the strongest indicators of a robust, healthy economy is the prevalence and productivity of small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)—companies that usually have anywhere from 5 to 150 employees.
This year's summit will be focused on the state of women leaders in U.S. companies of all sizes. Come hear about CWB's latest research on women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and perspectives from male and female leaders on why STEM matters for women and for our economy. Learn about the importance of confidence from author and journalist Claire Shipman and how this essential but elusive quality can take your career or business to the next level. You'll also hear the stories of women entrepreneurs that started their companies from the ground up.
CWB’s latest book event with Jenn Aubert was a great success!