Sheryl Sandberg’s book, “Lean In,” which focuses on career advancement for women in corporate America, has gotten a lot of publicity recently. But how about women entrepreneurs? How have they fared? A new report by Womenable provided some surprising findings, including the fact that women-owned companies with over $10 million in revenues are growing more rapidly than the national average. What does that say about the overall economic trends? What can we learn from women entrepreneurs’ struggles and successes? And what are the keys to growing your own business? Click on the BUY button to listen to the interview.
Julie Weeks, President and CEO of Womenable, and Linda Alepin, Founding Director of the Global Women’s Leadership Network (GWLN) and Dean’s Professor of Entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University share valuable insights about entrepreneurship and women-owned companies.
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