Posts Tagged ‘women entrepreneurs’

6 Women Entrepreneurs Share Their Most Important Advice About Starting And Growing A Successful Business

Arielle Kimbarovsky | March 8th, 2017

There are more women entrepreneurs starting new businesses today than at any point in history. We will all benefit as a result of this trend. Women are more likely to see and fix industry gaps than men are, making them more likely to identify business ideas that will succeed and help others. And while it’s […]

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The Economic Clout of Women-Owned Small Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ross Kimbarovsky | April 12th, 2012

Did you know that women start businesses at 1.5x the U.S. national average? While it’s not surprising that certain types of businesses are heavily dominated by men, there are many types of businesses that are well represented by women. Women-owned businesses account for trillions of dollars in sales and employ millions of people, in the […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: Geben Communication

admin | February 1st, 2012 Geben-Communication.jpg

Sometimes it seems like the world of entrepreneurs is approximately 5,000% male. Don’t worry, this isn’t going to turn into a lecture about institutionalized sexism (though, largely male tech community: don’t tempt me!).  Instead, I want this to be a celebration of women who go out, start their own businesses, and get exactly what they […]

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