Jessie Oloroso, owner of Black Dog Gelato, shares her top advice for starting up a business... more

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It only takes a few minutes with Outcome Health Co-Founder and President Shradha Agarwal to understand how hard work and passion can lead to success. more




K. Sujata, CEO, Chicago Foundation for Women, shares her thoughts on increasing the number of women in the tech field. more

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2112 Diversify Scholarship Program

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Have a startup business in the city? Chicago's first business incubator, 2112, is offering a scholarship to help you in the development process. more

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If you're more on the entertaining than the sipping side of things, there's a Chicago-based startup that can help you offer quality libations minus the assistance of a bartender. more


Thinking of starting your own business? Oak St. Social shares some very valuable lessons and tips—learned from experience—for those with an entrepreneurial spirit. Do you have what it takes? more


Block 37 will be hosting their 3rd annual competition for one Chicago brand, offering free pop-up space for this upcoming fall season. more


DesignerShare's co-founder, Sarah Perkins, reveals what it really means to start a business. more


Nicole Yeary has grown Ms. Tech into an 1871-based membership organization that provides education and networking events that help women who have launched technology-based ventures find the resources they need to scale their businesses. more


“Project Entrepreneur” will give women the chance to participate in an educational and competitive program to help grow their businesses. more


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Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code delivered the keynote at the 29th Annual Entrepreneurial Woman’s Conference held in Chicago. more

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