For our inaugural issue, we explore the stories behind the powerhouse women at the helm of financial services, FinTech, and cryptocurrency, with the aim to change the way we invest in equality.
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This issue's Edit is centered on our theme: Women, Money & Power. From salt to sea shells, currency to consumerism, our collection of products spans art, design, technology, and literature. Each piece engages with the diverse cultural significance of money and power: how we signify it, spend it, wear it, and how it influences us and the world around us.
The latest roundup of our favorite female-founded products, all centered around this month's theme: motherhood. PLUS: Exclusive discounts for The Helm community.
Meet the women behind Heymama, a rapidly growing network that has attracted sought-after working moms from fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff to fitness guru Taryn Toomey.
The Women’s March organizer, entrepreneur, and mother of three opens up about the nuanced realities of politics and parenting.
A new crop of entrepreneurs is tackling the risks and realities of motherhood. The Helm's CEO, Lindsey Taylor Wood, digs into why, now more than ever, it’s important that we elevate them.
From adopting to living child-free and raising differently-abled and non-binary children, five women delve into their personal relationship with motherhood.
The Helm's CEO chats with co-founders Melissa & Linda Hanna about how Mahmee is changing the game for mothers worldwide.
We explore the next wave of companies impacting the future of motherhood.
The Helm's CEO Lindsey Taylor Wood on the significance of pleasure, female founders, and the #metoo movement on the future of sex.
If condom companies can advertise on Facebook and Viagra can plaster ads all over mainstream television, why are sexual health companies that champion women and non-binary folks penalized unfairly?
Bryony Cole spends her days and nights talking to experts and everyday people about the future of sex. Here she reflects on what she's learned, what you can expect in 2018, and why the inclusion of female founders in sextech is paramount.