Just call her superwoman! Successful businesswomen may not wear capes, but we think they should. Helping ensure that a young small business thrives can be challenging, and women must overcome even more odds on the road to success than their male counterparts.
The good news? OZY is teaming up with JPMorgan Chase to ensure that, like Wonder Woman, female entrepreneurship takes flight. The partnership will offer you practical tips and resources from Chase’s Women on the Move initiative, including advice on everything from expanding your network to boosting your bankability to accessing capital.
We all know that living paycheck to paycheck is a gamble, and that’s especially true for businesses. Expanding cash flow and liquidity is vital to having greater access to capital when it’s needed, says Samantha Saperstein, head of JPMorgan Chase’s Women on the Move initiative.
Looking for advice from former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Olympian Allyson Felix or IBM Executive Chairman Ginni Rometty? JPMorgan Chase’s Women’s Leadership Day brought powerful and compelling speakers together to share practical advice on financial tips, prioritizing self-care and our path forward to a more inclusive society.
“The next Einstein will very likely be a woman, likely to be Black or brown,” says Jessica Matthews, CEO and co-founder of the energy company Uncharted Power. On season three of the Women on the Move podcast, she reveals how a soccer ball can literally power your life and what’s next for women in tech.
Now more than ever, it’s critical for business owners to understand their cash position to survive the pandemic downturn. JPMorgan Chase Institute research shows half of all small businesses have two weeks or less of cash buffer days. How can you increase your business’s cash position? Start by reaching out to your vendors and customers to develop strategies to better stretch your cash.