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Sure, Chicago is full of boutiques—but we tapped into four that are owned and run by motivated, successful women. Read more

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There's Black Friday and Cyber Monday so why not Women-Owned Wednesday? Here's how you can celebrate and support women-owned businesses all around the world. Read more

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Ellen Prinzi, former MLB executive turned entrepreneur, is the woman behind Olio City. This app, launched in April of 2016, combines artificial intelligence and curated content to discover the city's many wonders. Read more

Family + Friends

Brenda Weitzberg, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Aspiritech, talks about her motivation behind the company she and her husband founded, as well as Aspiritech's mission and vision. Read more

How She Did It

Genevieve Thiers founded Sittercity.com to help families with childcare. Originally founded in Boston, now as a Chicago-based tech company she has become a fixture in the tech community here. Read more

How She Did It

The CEO and Co-Founder of Real Food Blends is proof that necessity really is the “mother” of all invention. Julie Bombacino was inspired to start her business because of her son's special needs. Read more

How She Did It

The co-founder and CEO of Isabelli Media Relations' love for food that was instrumental in the founding of the company five years ago. Today they have one of the most impressive rosters of clients in the hospitality industry in Chicago. Read more

, How She Did It

Chicago is one of the premier culinary destinations in the world. Here, 20 women who have made their mark on the local food scene. Some names you already know, others you should know. Read more

, How She Did It

The vintner, founder, and CEO of Love Cork Screw made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Chrishon Lampley. Read more

, How She Did It

The owner and general manager of Kinzie Chophouse made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Susan Frasca. Read more

, How She Did It