Brought to you by Maine Women Magazine, the only publication in Maine for, about and by Maine women. Maine Women Magazine is part of Masthead Maine, a Maine-based network of independent news and media outlets reaching readers and consumers in every corner of the state. Experience the Maine Women’s Spring Expo for an afternoon to remember, with interactive demonstrations and special activities to celebrate Maine Women. We have lined up a roster of special vendors, speakers, and workshops to make this a fabulous experience for all. Entertainment will include yoga & health demos, beauty & cosmetic consultations, fashion & accessory advice, DIY sessions for the home, hands-on art classes, food, wine & so much more.Attendees of all ages will be able to shop among some of Maine’s best-known retailers selling everything from jewelry, and clothing to bath, beauty and hair products, all under one roof inside the former Bon-Ton space at The Maine Mall in South … [Read more...] about Maine Women Magazine Spring Expo
In late November, Glamour came to the same conclusion reached by so many other women’s magazines these days: After 80 years in mailboxes and grocery-store checkouts, it will stop publishing its glossy monthly, ending with the January issue. For Glamour, print is officially dead, the inexorable “pivot to digital” now complete. Teen Vogue, a junior version of the fashion bible, was already there. Self, purveyor of 1,000 ways to say goodbye to your back fat, disappeared from the racks in 2017. Seventeen, once a lifestyle primer for high-school girls everywhere, now will publish only special issues, and Redbook, one of the “seven sisters” of magazines for suburban housewives, is high-tailing it to the web as well. The magazine industry as a whole has been belt-tightening for years thanks to a print-advertising famine, eliminating costly paper copies while trying to establish a beachhead on the internet. Yet women’s publications somehow feel much more … [Read more...] about Women’s magazines are dying — will we miss them when they’re gone?
Lavanya Ramanathan, The Washington Post Published 11:35 am PST, Tuesday, January 1, 2019 Vogue editor Anna Wintour arrives at a White House state dinner in 2011. Vogue editor Anna Wintour arrives at a White House state dinner in 2011. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Bill O'Leary Photo: Washington Post Photo By Bill O'Leary Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Vogue editor Anna Wintour arrives at a White House state dinner in 2011. Vogue editor Anna Wintour arrives at a White House state dinner in 2011. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Bill O'Leary Women's magazines are dying - will we miss them when they're gone? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In late November, Glamour came to the same … [Read more...] about Women’s magazines are dying
Q: Oklahoma City's fourth annual 2020 Women on Boards conference is Nov. 15. Tell us more about this event. A: Launched in Boston in 2010, and expanded nationally in 2011, this national campaign creates a cultural imperative for redefining successful corporate governance and gender diversity standards. Countrywide on Nov. 15, thousands of leaders, high-level executives, authors and recognized experts will discuss the benefits, obstacles and strategies to increase diversity on corporate boards. Oklahoma City's conversation will happen between 7:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Meinders School of Business, with a kickoff reception the evening before at the Gene Rainbolt Graduate School of Business. Joining Oklahoma City University's Meinders School of Business and the University of Oklahoma as sponsors are the Chickasaw Nation, Sonic, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, DBG Construction LLC, Women in Business, Devon, Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women, … [Read more...] about Mind Your Own Business: Women on Boards conference is Thursday
RALEIGH, NC —Monica Smiley, CEO and publisher of Enterprising Women magazine, has appointed Nashville’s Sharon Reynolds along with two other business owners to the Enterprising Women Advisory Board. The women business owners have each created distinctive companies that serve their clients and society in meaningful, life-changing ways. As such they support the mission of Enterprising Women as an inspiration for successful women business owners across North America and globally. “Enterprising Women is proud to welcome Sharon Reynolds to our Advisory Board. She has achieved outstanding track records early in her career, and then built on those accomplishments to make a profound difference in the lives of her customers, clients and community,” said Smiley. Enterprising Women, the nation’s only women-owned magazine published exclusively for women business owners, chronicles the growing political, economic and social influence and power of … [Read more...] about Enterprising Women Names Reynolds to Advisory Board