Category: Women and Minority Issues
What does a Rwandan woman small business owner think about business? Josephine Uwineza joins Jim Blasingame to discuss owning the first Chinese restaurant in the Rwandan capital city of Kigali, plus why she decided to become a business owner after 30 years in exile.
Who is teaching entrepreneurship outside of the U.S.? Dr. Kevin Fegan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the Peace Through Business program, which includes teaching management, philosophy of entrepreneurship & capitalism in countries like Afghanistan and Rwanda.
What is the relationship between freedom, liberty and entrepreneurship? Dr. Kevin Fegan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss while entrepreneurship is the child of liberty in the United States, in countries like Afghanistan, liberty might be the child of entrepreneurship.
Terry Neese joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the 2012 International Women’s Economic Summit and the Peace Through Business Program which is empowering women in Afghanistan and Rwanda.
Ladies, how do you handle the "G" word? Katherine Dedrick Smith joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the guilt burden women place on themselves, often self-imposed and unnecessarily.
Is the deck stacked against women who want family and profession? Katherine Smith Dedrick joins Jim Blasingame to answer the question, "Can women have it all?" and she says yes.
How much are women business owners employing social media? Patti Greene joins Jim Blasingame with survey results showing that half of women business owners are using social media as a business strategy.
Are women business owners hiring? Patti Greene joins Jim Blasingame with a recent survey showing women business owners are hiring more than firing - 45% compared to 9% - and are focused on growing revenue.
What have women business owners focused on for survival? Patti Greene joins Jim Blasingame with a recent survey showing women business owners have survived since 2008 by focusing on expense control more than ever.
How women are promoting global peace. Terry Neese and Charlene Lake join Jim Blasingame to talk about how ATT and IEEW are helping women become entrepreneurs in Afghanistan and Ruwanda.
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