Women In Business

3 Things to Consider Before Quitting Your Job to Launch a Tech Startup

By Charlene Brown There is mounting evidence that entrepreneurs over the age of 40 may be more successful at building high-growth businesses than their younger, more visible counterparts. According to the authors of the study Age and High-Growth Entrepreneurship, “the average age of the people who founded the highest-growth startups is 45″ and “successful entrepreneurs …

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5 Reasons to Love Micropreneurs—The Best Traits the Smallest of Small Business Owners Share

Even though I’ve taken a full-time role writing content for a fintech company, I’m still running my content agency part-time. I will always be an entrepreneur at heart—nay, a micropreneur, which I’ve written about many times. A micropreneur (or microbusiness) is one that operates on a very small scale, with no more than five employees. …

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Start the Year Off Right: New Sales Ideas to Try This Quarter

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions this year? If you didn’t, why not consider a few new approaches in your selling instead of making resolutions? Here are a few sales ideas to consider so you can start the year off right. New sales idea #1: Take more credit for your work (especially if you’re …

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The Year Ahead for Small Business: Experts Weigh In on What Small Biz Owners Should Expect

What lies ahead for small business owners and entrepreneurs? Many people I’ve talked to feel like they are living in a Dickens novel. It’s the best of times: “The economy is going strong, driven by consumer spending,” says Sharon Miller, managing director, head of small business for Bank of America. She says according to bank …

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Transitioning From Entrepreneurship Back to Employment: Sometimes It’s the Best Thing for Your Business and Yourself

I have proudly been an entrepreneur for 13 years. Longer, if you count my short-lived gift basket business in college. I thought I’d always be one, and that I’d never take a JOB job. But that’s exactly what I’ve done. And I couldn’t be happier. Here’s why I traded being my own boss for a …

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Building Community Is the Key to Retail Success: Interview with Entrepreneur Nichole MacDonald

By Felena Hanson Launching a new direct-to-consumer handbag line is more than a long shot in an extremely crowded marketplace, never mind attempting to change how people shop online. But Nichole MacDonald, founder of The Sash Bag and online sales channel Lash.Live, has done both. Get inside the mind of this San Diego-based creative business genius …

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