Femme Fierce, the largest all-women street art event in the UK, is about to kick off. Here’s our showcase of Britain’s best – Amara Por Dios, Zina, BoxHead, Girls on Top and more.
What a wonderful collection! #must see
See on www.theguardian.com
This March, I’m challenging myself to an entire month without makeup.
People wear makeup for various reasons. Some wear it to emphasize their ethnic identity, some to accentuate their gender identity. Others use makeup as an empowering survival tool in an oppressed culture, while others consider their makeup to be an ongoing art piece in self-expression. Some reasons are positive, but my reason for wearing makeup was not. I wanted to be perfect.
Interesting challenge, keep us posted.
See on www.supergirlsupperclub.com
Even before you entered into the world of “business”, you were watching your competition. Whether it was in a classroom or on a sports team, you not only wanted to keep up, you wanted to know where the marker was set so you could go one step further. It was about finding new opportunities and setting new goals based on someone you aspired to beat.
At this time, when search is so important and detailed, and the Internet has grown so extensively, you have tons of different factors to consider when spying on your competition. This is where marketing tools come into play.
In many cases, tools that help you monitor your own web performance also can help you gather data on your competition. So, you might be using some of these tools already, without using the features that help you evaluate your competitors. Here are some of the best tools out there:
Competitive Intelligence is essentially for inspiration to find better tools to engage with customers. It helps with self-check of what strategy, tactics and room for improvement.
See on blog.kissmetrics.com
As Sex and the City’s Kristin Davis says she’s ‘sorry’ the show encouraged women to totter around in high heels, Radhika Sanghani asks why we still all do it – and discovers the psychology behind women’s love affair with the stiletto
“A woman must be small, a man must be tall”!
That WAS the gold standard few centuries ago.
See on www.telegraph.co.uk
“Overcoming the Gender Gap: Women Entrepreneurs as Economic Drivers” explores the reasons behind lower business startup rates among women and proposes actions that would help to realize the promise of female entrepreneurs in escalating the economy.
As women account for one-half of the potential talent base throughout the world, its not difficult to see that every nation’s competitiveness hinges on how it educates and utilizes it’s women.
See on www.kauffman.org
It’s obvious that we as consumers have taken a liking to our smartphones. It’s our on demand connection to anything we could possibly need when it comes to information. Which means, as a business owner, we need to pay attention to how our customers engage with our content and us. How. Where. When. What Device. …
See on curatti.com