Women-Owned Businesses

Synopsis

The authors of this study bring into perspective the woman entrepreneur and some of the unique problems she faces as the owner and operator of her own business. The book follows the entrepreneurial process from concept development through expansion, growth, and transitions to an established business. Among the topics covered are networking among woman entrepreneurs, business growth, financing, the role of trustees, and changing the direction of a business's operations. The appendix lists sources of advisory and financial assistance to the woman entrepreneur. The topics covered are the issues that any business faces, but the authors bring into perspective the woman entrepreneur and some of the unique problems she faces as the owner and operator of her business.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Alan L. Carsrud
  • David J. Brophy
  • Roger H. Ford
  • Howard Aldrich
  • Donald L. Sexton
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1989

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