We've all been there.
"I figured that if I were going to work that hard then I should work for myself so I could be creative and make whatever I want."
I speak to lots of business leaders around the country and the one constant phrase I hear — to the point of being cliché — is that "We are in a war for talent". This is true. Our future is at risk if we don't create and utilize the very best human talent.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce along with the Women in International Trade (WIIT) and the U.S. Chamber Foundation' s Center for Women in Business (CWB) are pleased to host three women-owned businesses: Jenny Fulton of Miss Jenny's Pickles, Judy Zareski of Chindex Medical Limited, and Debbie Askin of Team Askin Technologies Inc., as they share their exporting success stories, and the role the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im) has had on growth and jobs for their small companies.
It’s Monday, here’s what made the news this week:
It’s Monday, here’s what made the news this week…
CWB’s latest research highlights the growing impact of women entrepreneurs and small business owners on the American economy.
CWB’s 2013 report examines the best practices of Fortune 1000 companies that are good at promoting and developing women at the board, C-suite, and management levels.