Women as Entrepreneurs

A Study of Female Business Owners, Their Motivations, Experiences and Strategies for Success

Sara Carter, Tom Cannon

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Abstract

Intended for business and academic libraries, this book provides case studies of women entrepreneurs. It considers problems which are specific to women in business; these include raising finances, finding clients, and the simultaneous management of domestic commitments, especially childcare.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
Number of pages224
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1992

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Keywords

  • women
  • entrepreneur
  • case studies
  • women in business

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Women as Entrepreneurs : A Study of Female Business Owners, Their Motivations, Experiences and Strategies for Success. / Carter, Sara; Cannon, Tom.

London, 1992. 224 p.

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