Meg Fry blogs about women in business. She tells their stories and details their successes while providing news, tips and helpful hints for the next generation. Contact Meg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What is the fastest growing segment of the wealthy class in the Garden State? The answer may surprise you: women.
The first United State of Women: Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Summit was held Tuesday in Washington, D.C., showcasing the strides women have made, the challenges still ahead and how to address them.
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It's one thing for corporations to encourage and support women in traditionally male-dominated careers; it's another for them to provide women with the education and tools needed to succeed in such fields.
Assemblywoman Annette Quijano is proposing a bill that seeks to prohibit the state's Economic Development Authority from offering financial incentives to businesses that don't pay women at the same rate as men.
They are all the rage these days: upscale, BYOB paint studios in which women — and men, if they so choose — can get together with friends and family to relax, listen to music and engage in step-by-step painting classes meant to adorn...
Since 2014, eSBe Designs has been empowering women to become stylists for the boutique jewelry brand designed by Sara Blaine via private showings, pop-up boutiques and social selling.
An audience had gathered at the Wisdom Stage inside Hoboken's Propeller Festival earlier this month to hear Solomon Steplight, chief operations officer of Girls Who Code, speak on gender diversity in technology.
“Women Crash Wednesdays”: Every Wednesday, I will host a Q&A with a prominent businesswoman in the state and tweet it out using the hashtag #njbizwcw.