Women in Business: Not Just a Classification, but a Movement

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Four out of every ten businesses started every day are started by women. This number has risen dramatically in recent years, and is expected to reach roughly five in ten before long. And yet, female entrepreneurs still face tremendous obstacles in turning their visions into realities. Fortunately, there are more and more insightful, educated, and inspiring women leaders willing to share their thoughts on the internal and external changes that can occur to level the playing field for women everywhere. Choose Possibility by Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Machiavelli for Women by Stacey Vanek Smith, and Female Entrepreneur’s Playbook by Patricia Wooster are all designed to help inspire, guide, and empower women entrepreneurs (but not only women entrepreneurs!) as they overcome both cultural/institutional barriers and their own insecurities to achieve incredible things.

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