12 Aug 2015 Written by ChicCEO

Chic CEO Was Sued

In May of 2014, Chic CEO was sued by 3 men. Watch the video below. 

Take Action: 

1)  "No One Told Me, Until Someone Told Me - 13 Lessons I Didn't Learn Getting My MBA."

09 Aug 2015 Written by ChicCEO

Three Books You Need To Read

I get asked a lot what books I'm reading or what books I recommend for entrepreneurs. I love to read, so I've always got my nose in a book. Even on my podcast The Top 3 for Entrepreneurs, I ask my guests what books they are reading so that I can add to my list. 

06 Aug 2015 Written by ChicCEO

Women Rising: An Infographic

Check out this amazing infographic by All Business Schools:


12 Jun 2015 Written by esyra17star

Geek Girl Tech Conference - June 20th

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12 May 2015 Written by ChicCEO

Top Tips to Reduce Your Company’s Staff Turnover Rate

Whether you run a large company, work as a solopreneur, or have a business that sits somewhere in between, you’ll likely always be on the lookout for ways to save money in the workplace. From buying in bulk to reducing tax costs or finding the best loan options, there are plenty of financial tips for businesses that you can make use of.

12 May 2015 Written by ChicCEO

Why It’s Good for Your Business to Do Good

As an entrepreneur or senior manager, you no doubt spend countless hours every month analyzing financial results and forecasts, and planning ways to increase sales or cut costs. While this is a needed and important part of business, there are also many good reasons to set up ways for your company to give back too.

06 May 2015 Written by ChicCEO

Cut Costs by Keeping Your Workplace Safe

Workplace safety practices help keep overhead low, because safety training measures are typically  much cheaper than medical care and workers’ compensation benefits for injured workers. Not to mention, a history of workplace accidents could make good employees wary to work for you, and even put you on the wrong side of OSHA regulations.
31 Mar 2015 Written by esyra17star

The “Red Flags” Rule for Small Businesses: Are You in Compliance?


Nearly 10 million Americans are victims of identity theft every year, and the numbers are rising. Often, identity theft stems from the theft or misuse of data collected by businesses.

10 Mar 2015 Written by ChicCEO

Week 8 - Ruby On The Beach Bootcamp

Done and Done! Ruby on the Beach is officially over and I’ve officially created: 


- a dice game that uses two players 

- an app that randomly chooses an image in response to a question you type in

- an app that allows meeting planners to create lunch orders

- an app that tracks your daily actions towards a goal

- a bot that searches hashtags in Twitter and then follows/tweets them back

- a bot that searches hashtags in Instagram that likes photos



03 Mar 2015 Written by ChicCEO

Week 7 - Ruby On The Beach Bootcamp

Week 7 was a really fun week, but we are all exhausted!!
We all worked on our own personal projects this week. The instructors were available to help us as we navigated through our own ideas rather than assignments - a definite push in momentum and our brains were stretched. 
In addition to our personal projects, we were tasked (if we wanted to tackle it) creating a Twitter bot that used Twitter’s API to look up certain hashtags in order to follow, or message people who used it. There are so many things you can do with their API that allow you to speak to their platform and users. We also did the same for Instagram. 
I really cannot believe that on day 1, I had zero knowledge of coding in any sense of the word - and now I’m able to build a little bot that can talk to Twitter. How did that happen?!? 


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