For the past 18 months, The Telegraph has been pushing to close the funding gap for female entrepreneurs in Britain. Our Women Mean Business campaign has been supported by business leaders, MPs and academics concerned that a great opportunity for British economic advancement was being missed.
Samantha Cameron has suggested that her fashion label could sell more clothes if her husband was more popular.
Gender quotas are potentially dangerous because they make women look like token appointments rather than the best candidates for the job, Liz Truss has said.
BBC presenter Victoria Derbyshire has revealed her private battle with depression for the first time in an emotional interview with Telegraph columnist Bryony Gordon.
A prominent chef has accused powerful women in the hospitality industry of staying silent on sexual harassment.
Tina Brown has said Oprah Winfrey could beat Donald Trump if she were to run for office.
To call Tina Brown a trailblazer barely does justice to the Supernova-like impact the award-winning journalist, editor and entrepreneur has had on the media world - on both sides of the Atlantic.
The UK is not short of women who want to start a business and have the combination of passion and skills needed to succeed. However, access to funding, caring responsibilities and even the concept of what entrepreneurship involves can act as barriers. That’s why events like today’s Women Mean Business conference are so important, we need to keep our focus on removing the obstacles that stand in the way.
Razor brand Billie has launched its latest campaign for Movember, celebrating the fact that “women have moustaches too”.Movember is an annual event that takes place in November to raise awareness of several men’s issues, including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and male suicide.