Women Entrepreneurs News
POSTED ON March 30, 2013 in Women Entrepreneurs
Despite the challenges, many women are thriving and have gone into business for themselves, according to the Department of Commerce.
Suffolk University School of Law is providing small business owners with free legal advice concerning intellectual property claims.
Small business human resources may benefit from setting guidelines on working from home, as evidence shows electronic communications should be used primarily for enhancing relationships between coworkers, not maintaining them fully.
Former Small Business Association head Karen Mills left a legacy for women business owners and helped small companies across the country thrive during her four years with the federal organization.
POSTED ON February 28, 2013 in Women Entrepreneurs
Women business owners are polarizing over Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s upcoming book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. While Sandberg shares proven path to success, critics argue that her suggestions may be too far-reaching for the average successful women entrepreneur.