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Richmond women mean business

The number of women-owned businesses in has been increasing for some time in U.S. cities, and Richmond is no exception. Women in Richmond interested in starting a business have local allies who understand the their need to balance other obligations and how the challenges facing them may also make them better business people. “[These] women may be taking care of a parent, or maybe it’s a parent and a child… So they’re really calculating and scheduling and refining so that the business they are bringing to the table is about economic independence.” Find out more about Richmond’s women business leaders on Richmond Pulse.



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This entry was posted on November 12, 2015 by in Print, Richmond Pulse and tagged , , .

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