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Five Key Lessons from Thriving Women-Owned Businesses

Based on findings from a recent study, Professor Patricia Greene outlines five lessons from women-owned businesses that are achieving success despite current economic conditions. The study of women-owned businesses was done by NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business), Chase, and the Center for Women’s Business Research. The study also points to positive signs of growth for small…

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2010 Holiday Message

Enjoy Undergraduate Dean Hanno’s holiday message.

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The Center For Women's Leadership: Babson College

In 2010, The Center for Women’s Leadership (CWL) celebrates 10 years of shaping female students at Babson to lead and make a difference in the world through entrepreneurial thought and action. CWL provides high-impact programs, creates powerful collaborations, and funds and disseminates action research to advance the leadership of women across organizations worldwide.

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Jan Shubert Speaks at Wellesley Chamber’s Breakfast at Babson

The Director of Babson’s Center for Women’s Leadership and Management, Jan Shubert, spoke to about 25 guests of the Wellesley Chamber of Commerce at the second of the Babson College/Wellesley Bank Business Series. In an interactive format, Jan spoke on “Women Business Owners, customers, Suppliers, Stakeholders and Employees: Ideas for Making a Difference” and she…

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Women Entrepreneurs In Japan

I arrived in Narita Airport in Tokyo yesterday and was met by Yuka Nakatsumi, CEO of a new company named Miths.  Miths produces and distributes organic matcha green tea in powdered form that can be mixed with boiling water.  Each package includes 5 cup sized samples in a flat transparent envelope that makes it transportable. …

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