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Entrepreneurial Couples Highlighted in Inc. Magazine

Wednesday, January 30, 2008


The increase in the number of women choosing an entrepreneurial path is playing a role in the growth of husband-wife teams. Take a look at the article 'Til Death Do Us Part in the January 2008 issue of Inc. magazine that I was recently interviewed for -http://www.inc.com/articles/2008/01/couples.html.

Statistics support that conclusion. According to the Census Bureau, from 1997 to 2006, the number of women-owned businesses increased 42.3 percent. In the article I explain how times have changed, "In the past, men tended to open a business and often a wife is helping, but he doesn't always see her as his partner. Now, women are more entrepreneurial and recognizing that more in themselves than they used to."

Remember to check out my site http://www.executivecouples.com/ if you're looking for advice for entrepreneurial couples.


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