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This week in small business: Women in manufacturing and IT leadership positions…

We get some great business insights and challenges from the point of view of some very accomplished professional women this week. And Millennials, don’t miss the advice on how to achieve financial success. Leadership, management, and productivity Kathleen Buse, adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve University, makes the case from a business perspective that more […]

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This week in small business: Win-win with women!

Women in Business month is behind us now, but articles featuring successful women and their role in boosting our economy are still proving to be popular. We have three of them this week, along with other inspiration and practical advice for the entrepreneur and small business owner. Leadership, management, and productivity A. Scott Anderson, CEO […]

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This week in small business: How women entrepreneurs are excelling, the working vacation, and more

The experts speak in this week’s collection of curated content. The topics are many and varied: Travel tips, Instagram marketing tips, the importance of women entrepreneurs, and many more. Don’t put off reading through this…and if you tend to procrastinate, skip down to the advice from Jayson DeMers. Leadership, management, and productivity Small business owners […]

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Guide to Startup Success in Any Economy: openSAP MOOC

Small businesses are the lifeblood of the economy, creating countless jobs and driving innovation. However, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, for the first time since the agency began tracking small businesses thirty years ago, the number of closures is exceeding startups. Entrepreneurs face numerous uncertainties, from the bifurcated economic recovery that favors larger companies, […]

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How enterprising women can get the recognition they deserve

If yours is a woman-owned business, let me ask you two questions that are probably “no-brainers”: Would you like to spend 28-March 1, 2015 at The Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove in Miami? Would you like to be recognized for the work you’ve done building a financially successful, thriving business; exhibiting leadership at the local, state, […]

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Untapped Women’s Markets Hold Huge Potential for Startups, Small Biz and VC

Erin Andrew tossed out some interesting numbers on the SBA blog the other day, numbers that point to missed entrepreneurial opportunities: Women control $11.2 trillion, 39 percent of our country’s $28.6 trillion investable assets, Women angel investors accounted for only about 26 percent of all angel investments in 2014, and Women in venture capital and […]

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Once an Entrepreneur, Always an Entrepreneur!

“Once I know it, I get bored,” explains Marjorie Alfus, scientist, television producer, successful entrepreneur, lawyer, real estate developer, lobbyist, philanthropist, and healthcare pioneer. Talk about reinventing yourself! Marjorie Alfus is someone who has successfully navigated numerous iterations of her career.  It’s hard to believe one woman could accomplish all these things in a single […]

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Wonder Why So Many Women Are Smiling? They Are Entrepreneurs.

Okay, I know this is going to put legions of self-help authors who target the female audience out of business, but there is one simple key to happiness: be a successful women entrepreneur. Babson College and Baruch College just issued their  2013 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) US Report, which makes it abundantly clear that established […]

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Women: 3 Ways to Move Past Self Doubt

Both men and women have self doubt. However, women’s lack of confidence is more deep-seated and keeps them from pushing their businesses into the big time. Women-owned businesses are one-third as likely to grow past the $1 million-mark in revenue as businesses in general. In “Forget the Glass Ceiling: Build Your Business Without One,” I […]

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