Posted in: women executives, international issues, entrepreneurship
It’s Wednesday, here’s what we have been reading the past week:
- Good news Americans, the U.S.A. is still the best place for women entrepreneurs to start a business. The report comes out one day after Dell’s announcement of a new initiative to empower a million female entrepreneurs by 2015.
- Jasen Lee of Deseret News writes about women’s growing presence in global business. Lee quotes Sarah Lehman, who says that women are “particularly good” at creating alliances that can be very advantageous long-term in business.
- Dr. Peggy Drexler writes about the working woman in 2020 in the Huffington Post.
- Ad Age recently released their women to watch in 2013. The women featured hail from a diverse group of companies, and are all very accomplished – as you would expect.
What have you been reading this week? Let us know in the comments.