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Break Through to $1M in Federal Contracts

Studies show that teaming up with a prime contractor may be the fastest way to breach the seven-figure mark. Here's what you need to know.

The Hard-numbers Case for a Flexible Workplace

Giving your employees flexible hours cuts costs, spurs growth and lifts morale. The numbers prove it.

Redesign Business for a Robust Economic Future

We need more women in leadership roles This isn't a call for a feminist revolt; it's a call for a healthy, growing economy and leadership by women is needed to accomplish that.

Read all of Redesign Business for a Robust Economic Future on Huffington Post.

How Changing Corporate Culture Is Good for Business and Employees

Moms aren’t the only ones asking for more flexibility in the workplace these days. Men, Gen Y, and Baby Boomers are making the same demand. But what works for one doesn’t work all and what works for the business matters, too.

Read all of How Changing Corporate Culture Is Good for Business and Employees on Forbes.

Why Girl Scouts Become Entrepreneurs

Some 80 percent of women entrepreneurs were girl scouts once. Maybe that's not just a coincidence.

Where to Get Free Help For Your Business

Corporations, states and Uncle Sam offer loads of free help to women-owned businesses. Grab it and pull yourself up to the next level of growth.

Want Women Leaders? Start with Girls

There’s a shortage of women leaders. One organization thinks it has the formula for fixing that.

Girl Scouts: They already have an impressive track record. More than two thirds of U.S. Congress women and an incredible 80% of women business owners were Girl Scouts.

Read all of Want Women Leaders? Start with Girls on Forbes.

 

3 Easy Ways to Find Work-Life Balance

Trying to keep up with a hectic work schedule and a growing family? Note to female entrepreneurs: Here's how to start on a path to balance.

Women: 5 Ways to Supersize Your Business

Women are starting businesses at a record rate, but the number that break a million in revenues is flat. What's up with that?

Social Enterprises Give Philanthropists a New Way to Do Good

Getting enough cash to carry your business through its start-up years is tough. Family, friends, and credit cards can only stretch so far yet you may be inviting failure if you under-capitalize. Venture capitalists often want businesses that are already revenue positive with fast growth potential, which leaves a lot of entrepreneurs without recourse.

Read all of Social Enterprises Give Philanthropists a New Way to Do Good on Forbes.



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