Year: 2017
Wells Fargo

Did You Know? The Breakthrough Breakfast was held by the Women Presidents’ Educational Organization (WPEO) in early October. This annual event showcases winners of the Done Deals™ challenge (representing deals completed from April 2016 through March 2017) and helps measure

New York City Comptroller Making The Grade 2017 Research Report

Executive Summary New York City is home to the most diverse business community in the country, and the success of New York City’s minority- and women-owned businesses (M/WBEs) – which collectively employ almost 600,000 New Yorkers – is critical to

WPEO-DC Region Announces Award Winning Done Deals™ Completed This Year With Women Business Enterprises

WPEO NY Breakthrough Breakfast

WPEO SAGE Advice Program Helps Women Business Owners Accelerate Growth

Fortune: This Is Walmart’s Plan to Do More Business With Women Entrepreneurs

By: Madeline Farber Female entrepreneurs across the globe could have the opportunity to work with Walmart and eight other Fortune 500 companies, thanks to a new initiative. The mega-retailer—along with Campbell Soup, Coca-Cola, ExxonMobil, General Mills, Johnson & Johnson, Mondelēz, PepsiCo,

Forbes: 8 Ways To Build A Tech Company When You’re Not A Techie

By Geri Stengel How do you start a tech-enabled company when you’re not a techie? One way — but not the only way — is to find a technical co-founder. After Julie Auslander sold her business, she founded a new

WPEO Guest Blog: Seven Tips To Improve Health At Work

By: Shani Soloff, PT, MS, CFMT, CEAS1 Keeping healthy at work is a daily effort, and requires regular attention and mindfulness. Movement during the day is critical to maintaining wellness, while also fostering greater concentration and engagement and boosting productivity. The key

WPEO Annual Awards Press Release

Forbes: An Owner’s Guide To Creating A Business Succession Plan

By Geri Stengel An exit strategy is how entrepreneurs and investors transfer ownership of their business to a third party, or lays out how they will recoup money invested in the business. You may want to be acquired by another