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- The National Women's Business Councils’ recent Survey of Business Owners shows that female veterans are starting small businesses at an impressive rate.
What attitudes and behaviors define entrepreneurs? What traits are typical of an entrepreneurial spirit? How do these characteristics manifest across countries and cultures? Answers to these questions will be discussed at the November 18 event Grit Happens: Defining the Entrepreneurial Spirit.
Join Amway President Doug DeVos, Global Entrepreneurship Week President Jonathan Ortmans and special guests speakers for the reveal of the 2015 Amway Global Entrepreneurship Report and a panel forum about the characteristics of entrepreneurs.
If you want to find a state that embraces innovation and high-tech job growth, North Carolina is a great place to start.
Here's what is making headlines this week:
- Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert suggests that failure – or more specifically, learning from failure – is the best way for 20-somethings to set themselves up to succeed early in their career.
Drew Mena, a vice president at global investment management firm PIMCO, is at work on a Tuesday morning: