Kate Bollinger


Leveraging Technology to Connect Asia’s Women Entrepreneurs

March 11, 2015


The numbers are clear: business networks are a powerful lever for business success, but women entrepreneurs in Asia continue to lag behind their male counterparts in this fundamental form of social capital.


Leveling the Playing Field for China’s Migrant Women Entrepreneurs

December 3, 2014


On this year’s Singles’ Day Sale in China – one of the largest online shopping days in the world – the Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba reported sales of more than $9 billion within 24 hours. Just weeks earlier, Alibaba had the largest IPO in U.S. history…


Making ASEAN Regional Connectivity Work for Women-Run Businesses

October 1, 2014


By the end of 2015, the long-anticipated ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is set to come into effect, covering 16 countries, 600 million people, with a combined GDP worth of $2.3 trillion. While the AEC is intended to bring about broad-based economic benefits by creating a more competitive economic region…