Microfinancing can change the game for female entrepreneurs
Microfinance is fairly commonplace in developing countries. But could it be a resource for female entrepreneurs, especially women of color, living and working in a city like Philadelphia? Microfinance, which includes a broad range of financial services such as deposits, loans and payments, are targeted towards underprivileged individuals seeking to provide household income and build […]
Three minutes for research impact
What can you say in three minutes or less? That’s what doctoral students across the Fox School of Business and Temple University were challenged to do: take their years-long dissertation research on a complex academic topic and turn it into a 180-second speech. Temple hosted its inaugural university-wide 3-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition in April. The […]
Paving a better path to the top for women in corporate America
“Why are there not more women in senior leadership positions?” That’s a question that has driven Melinda Hubbard for much of her career. The question also led Hubbard to pursue a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) at the Fox School.
The case for a social CEO
Influencers dominate today’s social media landscape. Consumers turn to their favorite bloggers, vloggers and online personalities to influence their purchasing decisions on everything from beauty products to streaming services. In the business-to-consumer (B2C) space, almost every major company has an influencer marketing strategy to capitalize on this phenomenon. But what about business-to-business (B2B)? “Consumers are […]