This Goldman Sachs Alum Is Simplifying the Transition to Adulthood

“One of the hardest things about adulthood is that it is undefined — no one gives you the playbook when you start working, and you have to figure out a lot of things yourself,” says Genevieve Bellaire, founder and CEO of Realworld. Courtesy of Realworld Bellaire graduated with an MBA and JD from Georgetown University … Read more

‘How Do We as a Company Have a Positive Impact on Humanity?’

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. When Tory Burch The stage at Jazz at Lincoln Center on a comfortably warm night in June to close out a day of conversations, networking and empowering talks by some of the most influential women entrepreneurs and change-makers in recent history, she needs no introduction. Erica SchroederErica … Read more

Why There’s Never Been a Better Time to Become a Female Founder

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. There’s no denying the realities of starting a business are nothing short of challenging. You’ve got rapidly evolving tech to keep up with, increasing competition, higher operating costs, and not to mention, the overall uncertainty that always comes with finding a new business — “Will my idea … Read more

4 Tips to Help You Reach Your ‘Big, Hairy Goal’

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Big, hairy goals: We all have them. From running a marathon to starting a business to writing a book, everyone has that one bucket-list goal that’s been eating away at them. It may be something you dreamed of as a child, or an accomplishment that may seem … Read more

How This ‘Shark Tank’ Vet and Her Game-Changing Invention Are Revolutionizing Personal Safety

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. With the growing number of hate crimes specifically targeting the AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) community, I feel unsafe traveling in public alone. And anti-Asian hate crimes are growing at an alarming rate. According to the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, anti-Asian hate crimes … Read more

Bobbi Brown Talks Career Development, Parenting and Taking Chances

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Bobbi Brown built her makeup empire—for the first time—in the nineties, at a time when shades often had to be heavily mixed to match skin tones and bigger looks were favored over subtle. Her namesake brand, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, was acquired by Estée Lauder in 1995, but … Read more

Web3 Is About More Than Tech, Thanks to Its Inclusivity

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. What is Web3? A few definitions are floating out there, and they all have one common denominator: a new chapter of the world wide web is based on blockchain technology. It has become common knowledge that there’s so much more to blockchain technology than Bitcoin. The blockchain … Read more

Lessons I Learned After Everything Went Wrong in My Business

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Imagine you are in a control room observing multiple screens from surveillance cameras, each focused on different aspects of your business. One shows how satisfied your customers are, another shows employee morale and the next one shows the state of your marketingfinance, legal and so on. Now … Read more

“I Am Not a Diversity Quota,” Says the Founder Disrupting the Dessert Category

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. My mother is the most amazing cook I know. Whether she’s frying, grilling, stirring, flipping or baking, anything and everything that comes out of her kitchen is incredible. So when my mom told me how obsessed she was with Dalci’s lemon coconut blondie, I knew it had … Read more

Breast Implants Left This Founder With Debilitating Symptoms, So She Launched an Intimate-Apparel Line That Goes Beyond Buzzwords

Image Credit: Courtesy of LoveLexi “I love a good challenge,” Love, Lexi founder Meg Smith tells Entrepreneur. “I’ve always been that way. So if there’s something that feels so out of reach, it makes me even more determined to find a way to get it done.” Smith’s Zoom background offers a glimpse into one the … Read more