How to get your business in the news is the theme at the first Star Entrepreneur seminar in London on the 21st of June.
Could you position your idea, product, service or application into a new market?
Do you have a strong business idea that needs funding? Need advice about how to grow your business and appeal to investors? If so, EEDA's 'running the gauntlet' investment competition and education programme is for you.
Enterprising Women has teamed up with Better Business Learning to bring you a fantastic opportunity to attend the Institute of Directors annual convention.
Working parents can now legally request more parenting leave, after birth and in pre-school years.
The government will invest £40 million in training, support and mentoring for low-skilled women, one of a range of measures announced in response to last year’s report by the Women and Work Commission.
The Royal Society hosted a dinner for 40 UK leaders to discuss the continuing gender pay gap.
A new report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has found that women are more likely to be offered leadership positions in poorly performing FTSE 100 companies.
When many women are looking forward to their retirement, a new breed of 'olderpreneurs' are starting up their own businesses instead, the Guardian reports.