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By Concierge Medicine Today, LLC
The brass ring in a career isn't the number of zero's on your paycheck, it's when you become indispensable says Editor-in-Chief, Michael Tetreault.

By EWF International
One small seed of an idea -- professional women helping professional women -- grew into a thriving, sustainable business:  EWF International.

By Nathalie Lussier
Stevie Award Winners to Be Announced in New York on November 8

By The Action Company
luckygirl designs & The Action Company have partnered to bring you this new 3-Part Workshop Series

By Tips From Town
TipsFromTown.com (Tips) has added new websites in Red Bank, Westfield, and Chatham-Madison in N.J. and Garden City, N.Y.  Launched in Ridgewood, N.J.

By StartupChicks
18 companies vied for a slot in the exclusive StartupChicks accelerator. Six were selected to participate in the four-month accelerator program that helps startups go to the next level through education and mentorship.

By SWFL Promotions
Dick & Jane Media is celebrating women! During the month of February, Female Entrepreneurs & Women Business Owners will receive a 50% discount for any promotional service offered. Like a sexy pair of heels and a great suit, mix and match services!

By Women's VEnture Fund
The Women's Venture Fund's Highest Leaf Award celebrates female executives who have shown outstanding leadership qualities and commitment to women entrepreneurs. Deborah Norville, anchor of Inside Edition, is the host. of the event on June 14th.

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By Concierge Medicine Today, LLC
The brass ring in a career isn't the number of zero's on your paycheck, it's when you become indispensable says Editor-in-Chief, Michael Tetreault.

By EWF International
One small seed of an idea -- professional women helping professional women -- grew into a thriving, sustainable business:  EWF International.

By Nathalie Lussier
Stevie Award Winners to Be Announced in New York on November 8

By The Action Company
luckygirl designs & The Action Company have partnered to bring you this new 3-Part Workshop Series

By Tips From Town
TipsFromTown.com (Tips) has added new websites in Red Bank, Westfield, and Chatham-Madison in N.J. and Garden City, N.Y.  Launched in Ridgewood, N.J.

By Popular Press Media Group (PPMG)
• Why women are holding back to speak during the board meetings? • What real fears are holding them back? • What is done on the corporate level to bring into play this wealth of knowledge? Less than 100 years ago the 19th Amendment to the US...

By StartupChicks
18 companies vied for a slot in the exclusive StartupChicks accelerator. Six were selected to participate in the four-month accelerator program that helps startups go to the next level through education and mentorship.

By SWFL Promotions
Dick & Jane Media is celebrating women! During the month of February, Female Entrepreneurs & Women Business Owners will receive a 50% discount for any promotional service offered. Like a sexy pair of heels and a great suit, mix and match services!

By Women's VEnture Fund
The Women's Venture Fund's Highest Leaf Award celebrates female executives who have shown outstanding leadership qualities and commitment to women entrepreneurs. Deborah Norville, anchor of Inside Edition, is the host. of the event on June 14th.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Each type of female entrepreneur will seek and utilize expert guidance and community support in a way that aligns with her entrepreneurial type.

By Michele DeKinder Smith
Women business owners may feel they have to learn everything business-related on their own. Creating a support network of experts and community members can improve success rate. This article highlights the importance of creating such a network.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Because many women business owners are solopreneurs, they often learn the ins and outs of business ownership on their own. The good news is that it is possible for these female entrepreneurs to become successful with ease.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
For women business owners who feel like they absolutely crave giving – no matter how dry their own resources are running – an entrepreneurial expert has some sage advice.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
In general, women business owners strive to grow their business by providing products and services that serve their customers exceptionally well.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Many female entrepreneurs strive to give – to their customers, to their family members, and to their friends – without giving to themselves. This article reveals an important lesson for women business owners dedicated to giving.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
When a female entrepreneur sets out to get to know her ideal customer, and therefore increase sales and develop customer loyalty, she will achieve greater success if she follows several specific guidelines.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Marketing efforts are exponentially more powerful when they speak to an ideal customer’s concerns. To do that, a female entrepreneur must get to know who her ideal customer is – specifically.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
While masterminding can be a great way for female entrepreneurs to find the support, resources and accountability that will make their business transformation easier, the experience is improved when each partner makes certain considerations first.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Because women entrepreneurs care about their customers, they must learn how to best serve them. In her latest article, Michele DeKinder-Smith, Founder and CEO of both Jane Out of the Box and Linkage Research, reveals the first major step...

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Although each type of female entrepreneur will find a masterminding group and situation that meets her unique needs and desires, every entrepreneur should carefully consider several topics when creating or joining a mastermind group.

By Michele DeKinder Smith
“See Jane Collaborate,” a new book from Azriela Jaffe and Michele DeKinder-Smith, provides female entrepreneurs with the information they need to identify ideal business partners, create profitable partnerships, and end the relationship well.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Although every entrepreneur is different and will set her own unique criteria for hiring the “right” assistant, each entrepreneur also must make specific considerations when hiring so that the situation is beneficial to everyone involved.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
No single formula exists for hiring an assistant. In each case, the hiring process and criteria will be as unique as the entrepreneur. However, every entrepreneur must make several similar considerations when hiring an assistant.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Attending live events can dramatically increase a female entrepreneur’s resources for building her business. For several key reasons. every female business owner should consider attending events a necessary investment in the life of her company.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Every female entrepreneur probably understands the importance of planning, at least subconsciously. In fact, every woman business owner has created some sort of plan for her company’s future. But what are the most important reasons to plan?

By Michele DeKinder Smith
To busy, time-stretched female entrepreneurs, attending events may seem like an expensive and time-consuming activity with questionable results.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Female Entrepreneurs probably understand that networking is important. However, its importance varies for each type of businesswoman, depending on her unique needs, characteristics and desires.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Female Entrepreneurs probably understand that networking is important. However, its importance varies for each type of businesswoman, depending on her unique needs, characteristics and desires.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Because each type of female entrepreneur holds her own unique set of behaviors, characteristics and habits, each type must consider different things when it comes to her relationships.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Because each type of female entrepreneur holds her own unique set of behaviors, characteristics and habits, each type must consider different things when it comes to her relationships.

By Ladies Who Launch
Ladies Who Launch, the first new media company to provide resources and connections for women entrepreneurs, announces that it has expanded into Chicago. Traci Ellis is the market director of the new Ladies Who Launch Chicago.

By Gary McGeown
If you are a woman and have a goal of owning your own business there is no better time to start than the present. There are endless resources available for women who want to be small business owners.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Living your ideal entrepreneurial type means striking a great work-life balance and making enough money to fuel your ideal lifestyle. So how do you choose your ideal entrepreneurial type?

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
To live your ideal type, you must first determine what that type is!

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
No matter where a business owner is currently in terms of her financial success, her business growth or her personal satisfaction as it relates to her company, she can change, and she can get to exactly where she wants to be.

By Gary McGeown
Starting up a new business can prove tricky for anyone. A woman seeking to establish her own business, however, faces the added difficulty of institutionalized sexism, both in America's corporate sector and modern society.

By Gary Mcgeown
Some of the most successful businesses run by women developed when they built on their interests or hobbies. Loving what you do is key to making any business work and become successful.

By Gary McGeown
Women-owned businesses contribute nearly $3 trillion to our national economy and account for almost one-third of all privately owned businesses in the United States.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Because diverse entrepreneurs have different definitions of success, they also have unique needs when it comes to planning for their business’ future.

By Gary McGeown
It's bad enough that women still suffer from a gender gap when climbing the corporate ladder, but female entrepreneurs around the world also experience a gender gap when it comes to owning and starting up their own businesses.

By Michele DeKinder-Smith
Because diverse entrepreneurs have different definitions of success, they also have unique needs when it comes to planning for their business’ future.

By Gary McGeown
Most of these tests ask questions like “are you an optimist?” or, “are you a good leader?” They pose the cliché and superficial questions “are you creative?” and “do you work well with people?

By Fund Forum
Female Employment Assistance Program launched by Uzbekistan’s Women Council Public Association, an organization patronized by Gulnara Karimova, has recently seen 35 women benefit from the measure.

By Gary McGeown
The vast majority of restaurants, pubs and hotels have their own websites these days, but as the online world increases in size, how can you ensure that your business doesn't get lost in that growing community?

By Gary McGeown
Gather, the leader in participatory, performance-based media, today announced new ways for Gather members to earn money online.

By Gary McGeown
We build solid relationships with our clients, work hard to make them trust us, and lock in the sale.

By Gary McGeown
When you are an active social media user, make sure you draw the line between personal and business.

By Michele Dekinder-Smith
Tracking a business’ key performance metrics provides insight as to what is working and what isn’t – and what to do next. This article outlines three types of business owners and systems they may use to track their company’s performance.

By Gary McGeown
By concentrating on the search engines you're missing out on around 80% of the internet market and you are naturally opening yourself up to a stiffer competitive environment because, let's face it, that's where most internet entrepreneurs turn first!

By Women of the Year
Nominations are now being accepted for the coveted 2009 Woman of the Year Awards.



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