How to Bake Innovation Into Your Business

Learn the key ingredients to innovation and creative ways to position your company for continued success ahead of your competitors with Rachel Payne, the Founder and CEO of FEM Inc. at Entrepreneur 360. #E360 For more information about the event: https://www.entrepreneur.com/events/e360

Posted by Entrepreneur on Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Baking Innovation into your Business

If you missed the Entrepreneur 360 Conference, you definitely missed some game-changing keynotes, including one from our CEO and Co-Founder, Rachel Payne. Rachel took to the stage at the Long Beach Convention Center to share her recipe for innovation with the hundreds of entrepreneurs, independent thinkers, and company leaders in attendance. Rachel’s brilliant keynote, Baking …

LOCATION: , Texas DATE: March, 12, 2016 -- SXSW trip with Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Michelle K. Lee. CREDIT: Laura Larrimore/USPTO

“New Face, New Pace”

  Recently, I had the honor to give opening remarks for the Featured SXSW session titled “New Face, New Pace of Innovation” led by USPTO Director Michelle Lee featuring women entrepreneurs in sectors ranging from biotech, big data, energy and personal health analytics. The text below is an excerpt from my speech.   What comes …

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Ted Women 2015: Momentum

I recently returned from the TED Women 2015 Momentum conference in Monterey, California. In my view, the most striking theme of TED Women, was not “momentum,” but rather, the implicit and recurring demonstration of empathy. Having attended every TED Women event to date (and having hosted one at Google a few years ago), I can say with …

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Video Advertising and Women

As a mid-20s female growing up in the United States, print and video advertising has been an ever-present part of daily life. It’s not something that anyone questions, and the content is almost subconsciously absorbed; as we accept images, depictions, and scenes that we’ve seen a hundred times—whether the message is positive or negative towards …