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Catching the Pitch

Bethany Frankel was convinced of the opportunity: I want this, and I know other women will want this, so I’m going to make it But when she pitched her Skinnygirl margarita cocktail to an all male VC team, they didn’t … Continue reading

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Housewives and college dropouts make great entrepreneurs! (time to drop the negative stereotypes)

Recently, Terry Simmonds of the UK Small Business Directory wrote an online post that caused an understandable uproar: This is a serious website for serious men with serious businesses, if you are just a little housewife running a little play … Continue reading

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Let’s make it Win/Win for all: Rethinking female tech startups

One of the weakest areas for high potential female entrepreneurship development are the low levels of female startups in the tech sector . In our 17 country Gender-GEDI pilot study sponsored by Dell, the average percentage of female startups in … Continue reading

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