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Why is Detroit so hot right now for tech? Resources, culture, momentum, low costs, and more, reports Brandy Alexander-Wimberly.
Tenni Theure has focused on finding ways to challenge herself and broaden her scope, which has ultimately helped her carve out a rewarding career in the tech industry. She shares these tips with us.
Chief Technology Officer Rebecca Parsons of Thoughtworks has never had to search for a job. Here are three of her secrets to career success in the tech industry.
Denise Bevers shares additional tips on how effectively communicating your business can lead to more successful fundraising efforts.
Ellevest's new guide to help women (and men) understand the basics of investing, all in about 20 minutes. It even includes a handy glossary of terms to fend off mansplainers at cocktail parties!
Laurel Mintz on the persistent gender divide, and the four things she tries to do every day to fight it.
"As a business strategist with 25 years of experience working with men and women CEOs and high potential professionals, I have seen firsthand how the trap of the Vicious Cycle can disrupt your career."
We sat down with Rachel Katz of AngelHacks to talk about brushing yourself off after fundraising adversity, getting more women in the Middle East to give prototyping and pitching a try, and men learning empathy by designing products for women.
Meet the mother and daughter entrepreneurs who've started a company that aims to make conferences and other big networking opportunities more productive.
"Mentor and role model. Encourage our daughters, friends, sisters, and even mothers not to fear tech but to embrace it. The jobs of the future will all depend on it."
Telle Whitney, CEO & President of the Anita Borg Institute for Women in Technology, talks to the startup crowd about how they can start early on creating an inclusive work environment. Part of the 2017 Collision Conference held in New Orleans.
Jacquie Denny revolutionized the estate sale industry. She saw an opportunity to serve everyone better, and to build a still-transforming company from the ground up.
At Collision Conference , we sat down with the MD of Accenture's North American Sustainability Services practice. It offered a good opportunity to rethink how large professional service companies manage their workforce.
Ankita Gaba has words of wisdom for anyone hoping to propel a startup to success, and one of them is networking.
Denise Bevers shares tips on how to be successful in business by pairing experience with passion.
Three of the UK's most professionally successful women—the CEO of EasyJet, the head of Women's football, and the general manager at IBM—offer sage advice on how to have a truly great career.
She launched Women Who Code to change perceptions, support women who were already working in the industry, and pave the way for future women in tech. Here's what Alaina Percival says today about her nonprofit and women in tech today.
Gloria Martinez of WomenLed.org talks about ways in which we can prep ourselves for asking for and getting a raise at work.
Modern women need a new guide to being successful ― and these tips should definitely make it in.
Greg Fallis talks about his love/hate relationship with the Fearless Girl, and why Charging Bull artist Arturo Di Modico's request to have it removed may not be so out of line. This piece originally appeared on Greg's blog.