Resilience and innovation in the fashion industry in the days of COVID19

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Colombians continue to consume fashion products, and the industry continues to produce for a market with new needs due to the pandemic.

Hillary YiP, at 15 years old, is the youngest CEO in the world

Hilary yip
Little Hillary began her journey in the world of technology and entrepreneurship at the age of 10

Linkedln: the 5 most wanted jobs

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Professional profiles with a high job offer in the last 10 years

Would you give laboratory-made meat to your children?

Cell-based meat from the Memphis company.
Chicken, beef, and rabbit meat produced in a laboratory is the innovation of Memphis, the company that aspires to commercialize it

Why the post-COVID19 business world needs sustainable CEOs

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An article published in The World Economic Forum puts on the table the profile of the new business leaders in the global context of COVID19

A Cuban woman would be in command of the World Bank finances

Carmen Reinhart.
Carmen M. Reinhart, Cuban by birth, has just assumed the role of vice president and chief economist of the World Bank.

The 5 richest Latin American women in the world

Luiza Helena Trajano.
These 5 women represent Latin America in a list dominated largely by men

Female directors are quicker to recall dangerous medical products

Person holding medicines.
Severe product problems that injure or kill consumers are recalled much faster when there are women on the board

A lifesaving reason to have more women on boards

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Having women on boards could prevent firms from making a fatal mistake sooner than men.

Highlighting women's achievements makes them want to be the boss

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Highlighting female achievements in the workplace makes capable women significantly more likely to want to be the boss, a study shows

Women-only business groups marginalize and fail to empower members

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Women-only business networks fail to boost female entrepreneurship and instead serve to marginalize further the very people they seek to help

Unpaid women's work is actually a real job

Woman cooking in the kitchen.
Household and care work has been performed especially by women. This work takes most of the women's time a day, but as it is unpaid, it doesn't let women be economically autonomous.
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