Female Tech and Entrepreneur Experts Wanted: How to Get Yourself on Stage and in the Press

Not one for women's only events, Bobbie Carlton, founder of Carlton PR and Marketing, Mass Innovation Nights, and Innovation Women, is a fixture in the Boston start-up scene. One technology event after another, she kept encountering what she calls DAMP: dreaded all male panel. "I heard all the tales of woe from conference organizers, making excuses such as 'I had women but they cancelled,'" says Carlton. And when there were women on stage, it was always the same few. Sick and tired of the excuses, she set out to solve the problem. She started Innovation Women, an online speakers bureau for event managers to find technical and entrepreneurial women for their events.

5 Easy Steps to Create the Right Pricing Strategy

5 easy steps you need to know to make pricing a key component of your company's marketing mix.

Build Your Network by Asking 3 Simple Questions

The key to connecting? Do not be afraid to ask for help.

The mentor: “I thought I would change her life. In fact, she changed mine”

Many women dream of leaving their corporate job to live a more meaningful life. Fear of saying goodbye to an enviable salary and disappointing family and friends stops most in their tracks. After years of building a promising career, the prospect of throwing it all away to chase a “change-the-world” passion can seem hugely intimidating.

7 Ways to Raise the Next Generation of Innovators

Raising children to achieve success in an increasingly complex world means getting out of their way.

Why It’s Time to Put Pedal to the Metal for Women Entrepreneurs

Astia is at the White House Demo Day with an immediate call-to-action: Invest in women-founded start-ups now.

Does Your Startup Need a CMO?

Know the right time to move from marketing execution to marketing strategy.

What Your Compliance Program (or Lack of It) Says About Your Startup

Don't wait to let a risk and compliance program transform your business's executive team into the guardians of your brand.

5 Tips You Need to be the Entrepreneur of Your Next Career Move

Gone are the days when career paths are one-size-fits-all. As with many enterprising women, Julie Lenzer Kirk is no stranger to taking the path less travelled. Like many mid-career women, Lenzer Kirk started to feel restless. "I knew at a high level that I was getting ready to step it up a notch. I was getting bored and looking for a challenge," says Lenzer Kirk.

Know who you want to be kidnapped with and four more tips for leaders

Fabiana Lacerca-Allen’s dangerous childhood in Argentina taught her the importance of women taking their careers in their own hands.

Inside the C-Suite Mindset: Running a Socially-Responsible Business

More and more women are proving that you can be successful while running a socially responsible business. It sounds idealistic, doesn’t it? When the sh*t hits the fan, when deadlines are looming, when money is tight, can you really do business and do good?

When you look in the mirror, is an entrepreneur looking back at you?

Most first-time entrepreneurs have crow’s feet and work experience. Turns out you don’t have to be a twenty-something Harvard drop-out to start the next game changing business. It’s true.

Anatomy of an Acquisition - Part 3 of 3

Due diligence can be a long, tough, and draining process. The truth is that due diligence is the easy part. The hard work really begins when your business has been acquired and the integration of your business, its people, process, and technology begins.

What Silicon Valley can learn from a hipster haven in Colorado

Last summer three female entrepreneurs received investment in their high-growth start-ups. They were all based in Boulder. Dr Patricia Fletcher explains why so many women are flourishing in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

Anatomy of an Acquisition - Part 1 of 3

What acquiring minds want you to know about readying yourself and your business for acquisition.

The Art of Awesome

Let your passion transform how you work.

3 Ways to Harness the Power of Big Data for Your Start-Up

Finally, big data for the rest of us.

Entrepreneurs are expected to be white and male. We need to change this.

Women who want to grow their businesses quickly are facing an uphill battle. They’re just not what investors expect. Dr Patti Fletcher explains how to beat expectations.

Four Ways Female Entrepreneurs Drive Business Growth Through Social Media Marketing

Female entrepreneurs find success in social networks as their most cost effective sales and marketing channel.

How to Build the Right Culture for Your Virtual Workforce

What to do when how you work is as important as what work you do.

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