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Three reasons this summer looks good for women growing businesses

The 2015 Global Women Entrepreneur Leaders Scorecard was launched as part of Dell’s Women Entrepreneur’s Network event in Berlin. The 31 country data driven study sponsored by Dell Inc and produced by ACG Inc identifies and benchmarks the gendered conditions … Continue reading

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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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Intentions + Accountability: The winning formula for unleashing economic growth

Let’s say, you were hungry And then you suddenly realized, right next to you, was a bag of apples…. You would eat the apples right? So what if you are a world economy hungry for economic growth and you noticed … 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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