Tag: women entrepreneurs
Women Entrepreneurs and Leadership
How are we supposed to grow into successful women entrepreneurs without great examples of leadership? Obviously, women are figuring it out and finding their own way. But wouldn’t we have more success if there was some kind of playbook? Advice? Great examples?
Is there a boom of Women Entrepreneurs?
As we enter into March, which is Women’s History month, it’s important to remember that we have come a long way baby! 2016 was a strong year for entrepreneurs, and the outlook for growth in 2017 is just as promising. Women-owned/led businesses now account for 13% of middle-market firms (companies […]
Women Entrepreneurs – Our status in the business world
Women-owned businesses contribute $2.8 trillion to the US economy. That is one in five firms with revenue of $1 million or more are woman-owned. An astounding number if you think of the many obstacles that women entrepreneurs face. Why I work with women entrepreneurs. I really enjoy working with women, […]