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by Tinu Abayomi-Paul on March 7, 2013

Women in Business Buzz – 21 Stories, Editorials and Articles from Around the Web (add yours)

by Tinu Abayomi-Paul on March 7, 2013

Need something to read? Preparing for boredom on a subway commute back to reality after our phony snowquester? We’ve got you covered. We have 21 articles from around the web, a Slideshare deck on Networking, and our top five recent stories (in case you missed them.) They include controversial editorials, top contributions from our Women [...]

by Patricia Frame on February 24, 2012

Women in Business Interview: Elizabeth Moon of Focus Data Solutions

by Patricia Frame on February 24, 2012

Couples who jointly own businesses comprise about 14% of small businesses. Here is the story of one way to build a business while¬†focusing on¬†family, while struggling through on-going change and growth, as all entrepreneurs do. Elizabeth and Page Moon founded Focus Data Solutions (FDS) as an answer to their interests and needs. “The opportunity to [...]

by Jill Foster on August 6, 2009

What Are Resources to Use? Diversifying Speakers at Tech and Social Media Conferences

by Jill Foster on August 6, 2009

High school Spanish teacher said “You’re smart…for a girl.” And when he said that to me a zillion years ago in my high school days, as a student I dismissed it as his well-meaning ‘slip of the tongue.’ Then he said it again in front of the class. And that was the year my mom [...]

by Jill Foster on July 22, 2009

You're Invited! Allyson Kapin Shares Her Digital Mojo at July's DC Media Makers (NPR hosts)

by Jill Foster on July 22, 2009

If you’re game for learning digital media in a fun, conversational forum – If you seek feedback on a particular digital project – either for your business or a personal digital pursuit – If you want to learn new web tools in a relaxed, peer-to-peer environment – Or if you just want to meet enthusiasts [...]

by Jill Foster on June 1, 2009

WomenWhoTech's Telesummit: How Broadband Can Help Your Business in a Recession

by Jill Foster on June 1, 2009

Guest post by Shana Glickfield, regular guest contributor to Women Grow Business and Founder of DC Concierge. Effective just recently, Shana’s company directs the online community for NextGenWeb, the blog of USTelecom (a broadband association). And she guides both locals and tourists around Washington, DC through her blog, DCConcierge.com. Shana can be reached at www.twitter.com/dcconcierge. [...]

Out of enthusiasm for this week’s WomenWhoTech telesummit (which Network Solutions is a proud sponsor), below is re-posted, originally published last week on Women Grow Business). While pondering The Matrix, I’m pretty sure that when Morphius said to Neo “You’re The One!” that Neo really meant to reply back with: “I dunno man, you better [...]

While pondering The Matrix, I’m pretty sure that when Morphius said to Neo “You’re The One!” that Neo really meant to reply back with: “I dunno man, you better consult Shireen on that.” Shireen Mitchell knows technology. And in many tech and political spaces she’s known as ‘the one’ to go to for making digital [...]