In the last 40 years, women entrepreneurs have increased in number from 5 to 42 percent of small business owners.
My commitment with Revolution is to invest in entrepreneurs outside of traditional tech hubs.
There are 157,821 women-owned businesses in Minnesota, generating $24.6 billion of receipts. Of privately held businesses, 33.0% are women-owned. Source: National Women’s Business Council, 2012 data
commentary of everyday women about building the future
A few years ago, a local Twin Cities magazine published a major story about Minnesota’s women entrepreneurs. I was excited
Since 2013, Green Card Voices has produced video and print storytelling about some of the 40 million immigrants and refugees in the
At the mid-March 2018 ConnectUp! MN summit, investors and entrepreneurs in marginalized communities talked about funding opportunities. Equity crowdfunding, for-profit grants, and impact investing were part of
Roxana Freese: Ownership, from necessity to passion The year was 1966. Roxana (“Roxy”) Freese was a mother of three whose
Fifty years ago, Congress passed the Equal Pay Act, making it illegal to pay women less than men for the