Category Archives: Women in Tech

8 Tech and Science Innovations You Didn’t Know Were Dreamed Up By Women

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8 Tech and Science Innovations You Didn't Know Were Dreamed Up By Women

If you’re asked to name inventors who’ve fundamentally impacted the world, men like Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, and Alexander Graham Bell are likely to spring to mind. And while we’re all familiar with Marie Curie, the famous pioneer of radioactive metals, what about all the other famous women who have changed our lives with groundbreaking technological inventions that made the world safer and better?

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Be .COurageous with Heymama’s Katya Libin

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While becoming a mother is a role many women relish, figuring out how to handle being a mom along with other pursuits can be really challenging. Heymama was born out of the idea that while the juggle to balance motherhood and a career is real, it doesn’t need to be navigated alone. The website is aimed at the modern mama who wants content geared towards her lifestyle.

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Be .COurageous with Springboard’s Amy Millman

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Springboard’s Amy Millman

Leveling the playing field for women, by women 

One of the biggest obstacles for women entrepreneurs is securing funding, as women-founded businesses tend to start with less capital and receive less funding. But Springboard Enterprises is changing that. Conceived in 1999 and launched in 2000, Springboard is dedicated to levelling the playing field and advancing women entrepreneurs’ access to capital.

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Be .COurageous with GoBaby’s Natalie Kaminski and Ksenia Bolobine

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goBaby’s Natalie Kaminski and Ksenia Bolobine

When a stressful start to vacation sparks your next business idea

Picture the scene: you arrive at your destination airport late in the evening with the whole family in tow after a tiring flight, eager to get to your hotel so you can crash before a busy few days exploring. You head to pick up your rental car when the company informs you that there are no car seats available. You’re effectively stranded at the airport with all your luggage and two kids who need a car seat.

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