Vanessa Yanez, World Wide Head of Print Communications at HP gets her inspiration from a 16th-century swordsman and philosopher.
Phuong Uyen Tran, author and Deputy CEO of the THP shares her thoughts on family-owned business in the age of globalization.
My Introduction to the “Boy’s Club” was 20 Years Ago. Today, It’s Still Alive and Well. Guest post by Holly Caplan The Boy’s Club is alive and well. It is 2017, yet it still prevails and dictates to its male successors that sexual harassment, gender discrimination, shaming, and bullying are all okay. I can say […]
The global retail mogul, Shaz Kahng, is one of the most recognized female apparel executives of this century, has published, The Closer , a novel inspired by her life experience. With a background as a scientific researcher, her precise and calculated nature has led her to auspiciously unexpected positions. Kahng was one of only a few Senior […]
Women In Power Series: The Scope Weekly had a talk with Vanessa Yanez, World Wide Head of Print Communications at HP about the importance of mentoring in the workforce.
Tensions between mother and daughter come to a head in “Closer,” the fifth installment in the Sharp Objects mini-series on HBO.
The women-owned startup dedicated to natural menstrual care products tackles head-on an often neglected market.
When we say the role of women is rapidly changing in the world, it is also broadly applicable to Hollywood and New York, the top revenue-making entertainment industry of the world. It’s not just limited to the actresses, but we have seen women making their presence known in all specialized avenues of this thriving industry. […]
Women In Power Series: Vanessa Yanez, World Wide Head of Print Communications at HP, shares valuable insights on business leadership.
Could 2019 Be the Year That Shattered the Proverbial Glass Ceiling?