Author Archives: Editor @TBM4W

You Owe Me 21 Cents

You Owe Me 21 Cents

She fights for Equality, Diversity & Inclusion with Gumption & Resilience Equal pay, rising from adversity, fighting for diversity and inclusion, going to school late in life, loss, and massive joy, that’s what this woman has fought, and fought for her entire life. In our first ever video interview, we spoke with Dr. Penny Larsen, a true… Continue Reading

Women’s Conferences 2019

Women’s Conferences 2019

2019 is here and as we’re planning our calendar for the year, we thought that you should get a look at what the year looks like and what amazing conferences we have coming up. We’re trying to get you into the best and most coveted conferences for women in 2019, so check them out, get… Continue Reading

The real reason why female entrepreneurs get less funding

The real reason why female entrepreneurs get less funding

Women own 39 percent of all businesses in the US, but female entrepreneurs get only two percent of venture funding. What’s causing this gap? Dana Kanze shares research suggesting that it might be the types of questions start-up founders get asked when they’re invited to pitch. Whether you’re starting a new business or just having… Continue Reading

Wonder Women Podcast S1E8 – #WomeninBusiness: Building #community in the #sharingeconomy – Aparna Pujar of Enfavr.com

Wonder Women Podcast S1E8 – #WomeninBusiness: Building #community in the #sharingeconomy – Aparna Pujar of Enfavr.com

From Yahoo! to eBay to Enfavr – Building #community through the #sharingeconomy – Aparna Pujar of Enfavr.com Aparna grew up in India, and she valued knowledge and hard work. She built a career at +Yahoo! and +ebay, and then she decided that that was too easy, so she started her own company, to help parents,… Continue Reading

Featured Artist:  Niya Abrasheva

Featured Artist: Niya Abrasheva

Since the very beginning, we here at The Business Magazine for Women, thought that it was important to showcase at least one female artist in our magazine. Art and music have such a powerful impact on our lives. They shape societies, they describe societies and the time and place that spawned the art piece or the musical piece. Artists are conduits for the universe and for the human soul. We’re just here witnessing them create magic on a canvas or transport entire stadiums to another dimension with their music.

Art matters!

Here is our first artist. Niya Abrasheva, in her own words… Continue Reading

Wonder Women Podcast S1E7 – Jennifer Sanders Of CNSEquityPartners.com

Wonder Women Podcast S1E7 – Jennifer Sanders Of CNSEquityPartners.com

  #WomeninCannabis & #VentureCapital: Tragedy, resilience, and a hope for a better future – A conversation with Jennifer Sanders of CNS Equity Partners.   When life throws you lemons, you make the best darn lemonade that you can possibly make! This is the very short version of how Jennifer Sanders got introduced to the cannabis… Continue Reading

Carolyn Rodz (Hello Alice) On Building compassionate machines | TNW Conference 2018

Carolyn Rodz (Hello Alice) On Building compassionate machines | TNW Conference 2018

As we turn more of the interactive experience away from humans and over to machines, it’s important to consider the implications. In this session, we’ll walk through how to improve the user experience through smart, but thoughtful, technology, and how to ensure that users feel like you’re talking to, and not at, them.   To… Continue Reading

Become who you really are | Andrea Pennington | Monaco – TEDxIUM

Become who you really are | Andrea Pennington | Monaco – TEDxIUM

Following a near-death-like experience this popular physician and medical journalist realized that her past conditioning was causing her to live an inauthentic life that created depression and anxiety. She dug deep into her shadow to overcome low self-esteem, learn to love herself and transform her entire life. In this inspiring talk at TEDxIUM, Dr. Andrea… Continue Reading