Written by Dianne Molvig Thursday, September 08 2011
Written by Jan Jaben-Eilon Thursday, September 01 2011
First, she worked for the likes of IBM, Vanguard, Arthur Andersen, and Lotus. Then she founded two companies, one in Texas, the other in India. She is a leader in pre-employment screening for high-risk placement.
Written by Diane Molvig Thursday, August 18 2011
Written by J. McGrath Cohoon, Vivek Wadhwa, Lesa Mitchell Tuesday, February 08 2011
A study from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, “Are Women Entrepreneurs Different from Men?,” provides insights into the few differences and many similarities between successful men and women entrepreneurs, including background, education, motivations for starting a business, and beliefs about key success factors.
Written by Jan Jaben-Eilon Tuesday, October 19 2010
“Before you make a decision to start a business, make sure you really want to be an entrepreneur,” advises Jennifer Bonnett, founder of StartupChicks, an Atlanta-based educational and networking group for female entrepreneurs. She calls it looking at one’s “mental mindset.”