In the call for participation during this exponential growth of opportunity, the answer is simple – women have become the backbone of talent in the rising opportunity of emerging markets.
By Katrina Salas-Padilla (Contributing Writer, Women 2.0)
As the U.S. grapples with the economic downturn, we hold onto threads of hope in promising entrepreneurial ventures. Any opportunity to propose a revenue-generating idea for job creation in the U.S. has been taken with sincerity, while there remains a loophole to America’s domestic economic crisis
Women-led startups from Mexico and Brazil represent at Disrupt!
Promoting inclusion of women in education, especially marginalized women or those from the developing countries.
By Dr. Melinda dela Pena-Bandalaria (Professor, University of the Philippines Open University)
In recent years there has been a significant increase in the number of courses offered in the distance education. Thanks to this mode of delivery, geographical distances ceased to be a problem when it comes to studying or earning a degree or improving one’s educational qualifications.
The rapid advancement in information and communication technologies is making distance education even more accessible and more empowering because now studying can be done anywhere, anytime. Applying modern information and communication technologies (ICT) also makes it possible to simulate many classroom
You should constantly be asking people about salary. Go ahead – ask.
By Rania Anderson (Co-Founder, Women’s Capital Connection)
Maria Carolina Cintra always wanted to have her own company. Knowing there are only a handful of Brazilian female tech entrepreneurs, she has used her internet savvy to change that.
Cintra is the founder and Innovation Director of Kingo Labs, the first company in Latin America to develop its own reality mining applications, collecting and analyzing data through mobile devices.
In efforts to support other women entrepreneurs, she and a group of like-minded, trailblazing girlfriends started