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If you're not doing these things, you're probably not getting promoted up to the C-Suite. Advisor Marja Norris specializes in helping women navigate and thrive in male-dominated business fields.
From her years of experience as a marketer, CEO Beca Alexander offers a quick checklist of things you need to know before you can successfully market your business.
Former NFL player-turned-public-thinker Wade Davis on patriarchy, the tech industry, and how you can tell if a man is a feminist.
CTO of Bosch startup Mayfield Robotics Kaijen Hsiao talks about her company's home robot Kuri, a friendly, adorable robot that does not vacuum.
It turns out that the cure for the Imposter Syndrome isn't to fake it till you make it, but something deeper (and more effective), according to Holly Berkley.
Find out what these female founders have learned the hard way about navigating harassment in the startup industry and why "doing drinks" might be a big mistake.
Ilit Raz founded Joonko to apply Artificial Intelligence to the problem of diversity in recruiting and hiring in tech.
In response to recent sexism and harassment scandals in tech, some have spoken up with proposed solutions to the systemic problem. Here are several suggestions you shouldn't miss on the topic.
We don't know of any other film like it: the real story of women entrepreneurs and how they succeed by refusing to give up. Women 2.0 got to sit down with the filmmakers for a revealing Q&A.
At the current rate of progress, it would take 100 years to reach parity in C-Suites. Women, parents, men, and corporations all have a role to play in eliminating gender bias faster than that.
Jill Schwieters offers six tips for improving recruiting. If these recruiting strategies work for healthcare, her industry, they may work for other companies, too.
For companies to be really successful, women need to be at the table. And when they are at the table, they need to be confident enough to speak up.