entrepreneurship

Supporting women survivors

Lynellyn Long PhD is Chair and co-founder of HERA HERA – a charity which gives women survivors of trafficking, conflict, and other forms of violence, control over their futures – has launched its first crowd funding campaign. There are an estimated 35.8 million people enslaved in the world. [...]

Bringing unique art and design into your home

Anna Dempsey trained at The Victoria and Albert Museum and London University in Art History and spent seven years in Rome training to be an artist. She returned to the United Kingdom in 1979 and spent time training as a Botanic Artist at Flatford Mill. Anna also trained, and has worked for two [...]

Why women entrepreneurs (Part II) – Lessons from Zoology

Why women entrepreneurs? (transcript of Common Business School lecture at Liverpool Hope University) Now we come to the second reason, and here I have to confess that I have a considerable advantage over most business students. My first degree is in Zoology and as part of that degree course I [...]

Why women entrepreneurs (Part III) – It’s the economy, stupid

Why women entrepreneurs? (transcript of Common Business School lecture at Liverpool Hope University) If the first two reasons weren’t compelling enough, then the third surely will be as economic argument often wins over claims for fairness of outcome or opportunity. As expressed so eloquently [...]
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