All posts tagged "women in business"

  • 4 Women who shook the foundations of automotive business

    4 Women who shook the foundations of automotive business

    Historically, women have not generally gravitated towards the automotive industry; racing, repairing, building and maintaining vehicles tends to be more of a male thing. Of course, this doesn’t mean women were excluded from joining the...

  • The 5 challenges of a mompreneur

    The 5 challenges of a mompreneur

    Not every superhero wears a cape, and this statement points to the role of a mompreneur. Tasked with the responsibilities of managing both the home and the office, she juggles between both, shape-shifting from the...

  • Does my business look big in this? An outfit for every work occasion

    Does my business look big in this? An outfit for every work occasion

    Women in business are forever fighting against stereotypes. We have to overcome the long-standing belief that women are the lesser sex. As such, you may feel the instinct to fight against anything considered ‘female’. From...

  • 3 Tips to help women entrepreneurs succeed

    3 Tips to help women entrepreneurs succeed

    Women make up half of the educated workforce and earn the majority of advanced degrees. In school, college and university, women outperform their male counterparts. However, the workplace paints a very different picture. Women don’t...

  • Women growing in a man’s world – secrets to success

    I’ve been reflecting on what it means to be a working woman in today’s world. Growing up, I was lucky. I learnt from the best, my father. When I was a child, he would say...

  • Don’t lose yourself to your business

    Being a business woman can be hard, particularly running your own business. Unfortunately, many business avenues are still male-dominated. Fortunately, we women are very good at proving people wrong. Succeeding in business depends on the...

  • Tips for women in business to stay fighting fit

    A new 17-year longitudinal study by the University of Newcastle shows working mothers in Australia are feeling the pressure of juggling home, work and leisure time more than ever before. Another major British study shows...

  • A businesswoman’s guide to divorce: FAQ

    Going through a divorce can be one of the most traumatic times in any businesswoman’s life. It is likely to affect your emotions, will probably risk having some impact on your energy and ability to...

  • ‘Dumb blonde’ with an ‘open legs policy’ 

    Why is it that when a woman is successful and connected, some men feel so threatened that they need to find a justification for why they themselves are not as connected or successful? In a...