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ForbesWoman’s Meghan Casserly looks at young women entrepreneurs who find it challenging to climb the traditional corporate ladder and start their own businesses instead.
When we hear the words “Thai restaurant owner,” how many people picture a man? Today, however, more and more immigrant women are taking up such entrepreneurial endeavors.
Angie Hicks launched Angie’s List in 1995 after a friend moved to Columbus, Ohio, and had a difficult time finding reliable contractors. The list originally had 1000 members in Columbus, but it has since expanded to cover most major U.S. metropolitan areas.
The potential of women to foster growth at a time when our global economy is struggling is gaining traction in many quarters.
When you think Walmart, chances are you think big boxes and big brands. But in an about face, Walmart has announced plans to feature locally sourced handmade products created by women…
In this New Year’s video series, TSE’s successful women entrepreneurs give advice to budding businesswomen. Listen to Deborah Olivo’s tip.