Eleanor’s Place in Atlanta is the city’s first co-working space solely for women

Atlanta now has its first co-working space devoted exclusively to women. Taking its name from the wife of the  longest serving U.S. President, Eleanor’s Place describes itself as “an exclusive members-only work & social space for busy Atlanta women. The professionally appointed space includes a reception area, living room, kitchen,

PART 2: SCRA focused on three key sectors and three key client constituencies

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second article in a multi-part series focused on SCRA, officially known as the South Carolina Research Authority. The state-chartered organization was established in 1983 to promote job creation in South Carolina’s innovation economy. SCRA’s impact on the state’s economy has averaged $688 million annually.) By

The JumpFund celebrates growth in ranks of female angels, makes several other announcements

The latest issue of The JumpFund’s newsletter notes that a recent article appearing in Golden Seeds documents “a very positive trend in the angel investing world – there are now more active female angel investors than ever before. The recently posted article says the number of female angels in the U.S. has increased to nearly