There’s a lot for feminists today to feel happy about. But there is one stubborn barricade that just won’t come down: the one that keeps women outside the room where the capital to build a big business is doled out. Lots of women start mom-and-pop businesses, and they start businesses at nearly twice the rate that men do. But only 3 percent of female business owners have revenues over one million dollars — and even fewer of those women are Jewish. So how do you go big with your own business? In Million Dollar Women, Julia Pimsleur shares the inspiring story of building her own company, Little Pim, which produces a program for young children to learn foreign languages, and teaches the concepts, the lexicon, and the steps for heading a multimillion-dollar business. She shows you how to network, when to delegate, and how to overcome the emotional hurdles you have to jump to join the million-dollar club. This is the essential guide for female entrepreneurs, from someone who’s followed the same path.
Million Dollar Women: Build a Multimillion-Dollar Business Raise Capital and Love (Almost) Every Minute of It
- From the Publisher
May 18, 2015
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