E-business has evened the playing field, allowing many Web start-ups to compete on an equal footing with large, established enterprises in many industries. But has e-business brought equal opportunities and rewards for all entrepreneurs, including women who have historically been underrepresented in the information technology profession? Unfortunately, the answer is not yet. But slowly and often without much recognition, a few women are grabbing positions of power and leadership in e-business.
On Sept. 11, eWEEK will profile a handful of these female e-business leaders and describe how they are changing the industry for the better. You probably don't know them yet, but you should and you will after reading this special report.
If you know of an emerging woman e-business leader who should be considered for inclusion in this report, please let us know by sending us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please put "Women in E-Business" in the subject line of your message.)