Anne Goswami is one member of EO Singapore’s W3 Spousal Forum. She also happens to be: the reigning Mrs. Singapore Universe 2015; the Director of Affluent Trade Management Pte Ltd.; and the founder of Her ALL, a website dedicated to providing women insights and inspiring their own personal breakthroughs. Anne shared her story with EO and attributed her success to the support and guidance of those relationships she formed within W3.
Tagged: 31 days of WOMENtrepreneurs
A few months ago , my marketing consulting company decided to build a more intentional sense of community with past, current and potential clients. We have always had good relationships with our clients, and we wanted to create long-term value for them and for us. We also knew our business goals needed the support of a community we could tap into, so we began the long-term process of developing a network of brand managers, people who manage the brands of our clients.
Alice Kao, an EO Orange County member, has taken a career path that started at Wall Street and led her to opening a rock-climbing gym, Sender One Climbing, with her husband and another business partner in Santa Ana, California. We interviewed Alice about her interesting career transitions and how she’s creating a life and business that are truly her own.
What do a director of a women’s health initiative, a founder of a beauty product line and the lead designer at a marketing agency all have in common? They’re part of a group of five entrepreneurs who are on target to hit business valuations of AU$30 million in their 30s.
By Michelle Dresbold, an EO Speaker
It may not seem extreme, but believe it or not, a lot can be learned about how you live and work from the way you dot your “i” or cross your “t.” Did you know that changing your handwriting can increase your self-esteem, create more opportunities and help you achieve even greater success in work and life?
Confidence, decisiveness and focus are all well-acknowledged traits of a successful entrepreneur. But what traits are equally as important, but often undervalued? We asked Amy Castronova, President and CEO of Novatek Communications, Inc. and EO Western New York member, what she felt to be a winning characteristic that’s often overlooked. Here’s what she has to say:
By Silka Gonzalez, an EO South Florida member and CEO of Enterprise Risk Management, Inc.
I have a secret to share: I find the concept of disruption, disruptive ideas and trying to be the disruptor (and not the disrupted) extremely fascinating. For as long as I can remember, I’ve thought of “disruption” as a bad thing. It’s not my fault. As a leader in the risk-management industry, my line of business forces me to think that way. Understanding the nature of disruption is critical to sustained success, which is why…
By Jacqueline Gellner, Marketing Manager at Entrepreneurs’ Organization
EO staffer provides her insight and top lessons learned after representing EO at Forbes Under 30 Summit earlier this week, with a special focus on #WOMENtrepreneurs…
By Jen Sterling, an EO DC member and Chief Red Head at Red Thinking LLC
Female business owners have challenges that men don’t have. This isn’t a sexist, feminist rant. It’s just simple biology. Women have babies— beautiful, new beings that demand and deserve all that you can give. Some women also have other “babies” vying for their attention— their businesses. Much like a newborn, a business demands and deserves nearly all of your time and energy. So how does a “momtrepreneur” balance the two?