Data, data, data. It’s said to be the new currency. What is it telling you? How are you tracking it? Does it matter?
Bacteria may light up the future. Glowee, a start-up company based in Paris, France, is developing bioluminescent lights to illuminate shop fronts and street signs.
The most wonderful time of the year is just about here, whether we’re ready or not — but what the Earth is definitely not ready for is the impact the holiday season has on it.
“Safety is the biggest barrier for people who don't cycle,” British entrepreneur Emily Brooke tells Forbes. “You could be lit up like a Christmas tree, but if you’re caught in a vehicle's blind spot you can't be seen.”
There's been a lot of talk these past years about the need to have more women in leadership roles, yet progress is slow. Why is that? I believe it is in part because we haven't gotten to the source of what's really getting in the way: our inherited bias. And I'm not just talking about the perception of women in the workforce, but the one we women
Michelle Kennedy was a high-flying tech lawyer when she found becoming a new parent lonely. Her app, Peanut, aims to tackle loneliness and bring new mothers together
'Are they judging a swimsuit, or a race or religion?': The Australian creator of the original burkini speaks out after towns in France ban swimmers from wearing the modest design
Former Virgin Money boss Jayne-Anne Gadhia backs sector’s response to coronavirus as she launches finance app
Three years ago Sophie Sellu, 27, began carving wooden spoons as a calming antidote to looking at a computer all day. At the time Sellu, who had trained as an interior designer, worked as a trend forecaster at fashion label Jack Wills.
More female startup founders are blowing up conventional ideas that having a newborn and building a startup don’t mix. In late January, Amy Nelson, the founder of the Riveter co-working network, posted an ultrasound on Twitter. “That’s my baby girl,” she wrote. “She arrives in June … #proudmama.”
Women’s coworking startup The Wing has launched a new initiative to support female founders.
Evrnu founder and CEO Stacy Flynn is on a mission to reinvent the fashion industry with technology that turns garment waste into new raw materials...
Ingvill Kerob har funnet et av de største hullene i tekstilbransjen. Nå trenger hun fire millioner kroner til reparasjon.
Ved siden av jobben som kommunikasjonsrådgiver i Burson Marsteller, fikk Christine Steinsholt ideen. Hun prøvde, men klarte ikke å slå den fra seg. Noen måneder senere ba om permisjon fra jobben, og satte deretter i gang med å utvikle et selskap på fulltid.
24-year-old company founder receives $100,000 award from UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
As We Are Now was born from founder Anette Miwa Dimmen’s desire to create a new kind of lifestyle brand with a holistic approach to fashion, lifestyle, design and sustainability. Having worked for ten years in an international design and manufacturing agency, Anette saw a gap in the market for a brand that connects feminine aesthetics and values with smart products and innovative fabrics.