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Transcript from the #wgbiz Twitter Chat: The State of Women-Owned Businesses in 2013
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Transcript from the #wgbiz Twitter Chat: The State of Women-Owned Businesses in 2013
13 February 2013

Twitter was abuzz on Monday during the Women Grow Business Twitter chat, which delved into the findings from our 2013 State of Women-Owned Businesses Survey. Roseann Duran: Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer at Web. com, who tweeted via @webdotcom. Read more…

7 Women in Business Resources (Now with Video)
Business,Women In Business
forum.web.com
10 August 2012

Every now and again I like to assemble the most interesting resources I’ve encountered for small business owners and women in business in general. I’m working on making this a weekly feature – if you have resources to share, you can tweet them with the hashtag #wgbiz, or post them to our Facebook page. This isn’t a platform for pure self-promotion. Read more…

An Interview with Susan Joyce of Job Hunt
Business
An Interview with Susan Joyce of Job Hunt
19 January 2012

Vet turned corporate turned entrepreneur – with change comes opportunity. Susan Joyce is the force, literally and figuratively, behind the mega-job-resource board  known as Job Hunt. Today’s interview focuses on what she has learned which may offer you ideas for your own career transitions and choices. Read more…

Balancing Where You Are and Where You Want to Be
Business, Entrepreneurship, Thursday Bram
Balancing Where You Are and Where You Want to Be
22 November 2011

There are days that I want to throw tantrums about my business: full on, lay on the floor and scream like a two year old tantrums. I get frustrated by the fact that I know where my business can go, but it isn’t there yet. It’s not even a question of patience: I know how long it’s going to take to build up certain aspects of my business and I know how much I’ve already accomplished. Read more…

THE INTERVIEW: Susan Ireland on Change and Success
Capacity Building, Entrepreneurship, Patricia Frame
THE INTERVIEW: Susan Ireland on Change and Success
1 July 2011

Susan Ireland’s paths to success speak to many women entrepreneurs, although she never would say that. We “met” through her blog and later IRL. Hearing her story made much of the research I have read come alive. Read more…

In Denver? Check Out the First M3 1000 Event
Entrepreneurship, Events, Resources
In Denver? Check Out the First M3 1000 Event
28 March 2011

Today’s the online registration deadline for the first M3 (Make Mine a Million $ Business) 1000 event, that’s taking place on April 4 in Denver, CO. This is the latest evolution of the M3 program, which is an initiative of Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence, and the funding sponsor of which is American Express OPEN. The business should be at least 50 percent owned by a woman who is a U.S. Read more…

Connecting With Clients Through a Greater Purpose
Entrepreneurship, Lori Saitz, Women In Business
Connecting With Clients Through a Greater Purpose
16 September 2010

September is National Literacy Month and part of my company’s mission is to contribute a portion of profits to literacy organizations. I mean, can you IMAGINE not being able to read?! Almost 800 million people worldwide are illiterate. I can go on and on, but this article is not so much about my passion for increasing worldwide literacy. Read more…

Why Having a Baby Will Be Good For My Business
Entrepreneurship, Joanna Pineda, Women In Business
Why Having a Baby Will Be Good For My Business
15 September 2010

Editor’s Note: We are thrilled to welcome a new addition to the Women Grow Business family: Chief Troublemaker aka Joanna Pineda brought Marcus John into the world last week. What follows are her thoughts, with minor edits and cross-posted with permission from The Matrix Files, on why growing her family will also grow her business. and now I’ll be home with baby Marcus John (that’s not him, by the way, that’s another cute baby). Read more…

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