Tag Archives: women entrepreneurs
Posted on 04. May, 2012 by BMB.
Why and How of Advisory Boards – Business Owner Interview Series Any mystery for you about the “why’s and how’s” of an advisory board? If so, you are not alone. Many business owners express their thoughts about the mysterious nature of advisors. A major reason for the hesitancy seems to be because advisors come in [...]
Posted on 30. Mar, 2012 by BMB.
Great article in Crane’s on a startup accelerator for women. Silicon Valley’s attention shifts to the burgeoning New York entrepreneur environment: The New York metropolitan area now has 670,100 woman-owned firms, the greatest number in the nation, according to new research commissioned by American Express Open, the company’s small business arm. The state had the [...]
Posted on 27. Mar, 2012 by BMB.
“A Business Coach Joins the Business Group (and Raises the Vision Thing)” – this NYT article caught our attention in the last days. In an ongoing series, four owners “talk openly about their challenges, strategies and goals.” The result is a great demonstration on the outside perspective of a business coach: At the last meeting [...]
Posted on 24. Feb, 2012 by BMB.
Soulful Affluence – Why Many Women Entrepreneurs Secretly Decide to “Play Small” “Although women are starting businesses at a more rapid rate than men, their businesses are under-capitalized and remain small. You don’t need an over-sized ego to create a $100,000, $250,000 or even a $1 million dollar a year business, but you do need [...]