A curated list of stories, news, and resources pertaining to female founders and leaders.
Women in Entrepreneurship,
I hope you and your loved ones are healthy and feeling sane. My family suffered a loss recently (unrelated to the coronavirus), so I plan to start getting back to our normal Friday schedule in the coming weeks.
With economic uncertainty ahead, entrepreneurs and small business owners are bracing themselves and making moves to stay strong, stay afloat. The reads and resources below are focused mostly on that.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or if there is anything I can be helpful with.
Stay well —
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I have tried my best to aggregate, synthesize and provide helpful tactics to get through this time, including external sources from various communities (sourced). These are simplified “cheat sheets” that hopefully will help!