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Trump and Women’s Entrepreneurship in the US: Gender, Elitism and Privilege

To date, Trump’s biggest influence on his ideas regarding women entrepreneurs has arguably been his entrepreneur daughter Ivanka Trump. Trump may also base his notions of women’s entrepreneurship on his own experiences as an entrepreneur. In this regard, both Trump … Continue reading

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The Melting Middle: Unleashing the full potential of high impact entrepreneurs

In the US, 30% of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are owned by women while in Canada, only 16% of SMEs are owned by women. Yet in countries such as Ghana, Thailand and Uganda there are more female startups than … 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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