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Wisdom Exchange TV is an educational resource to inspire African women to learn, lead and succeed in life, business, and community. This ‘HOW TO’ forum will provide strategies and leadership lessons from African women pioneers,trailblazers, and leaders of many. These change agents will inspire us to stretch our vision of what we can do, and what WE can be. New interviews and Expert Perspective blogs are updated regularly with the insights of the women leaders of today for tomorrow.

 

Expert Perspective

Aug 26 2016

Refinery 29: The Growing Industry That Walmart & Kate Spade Are Investing In

by Women Presidents' Organization

 By JANE MOSBACHER MORRIS Some descriptions of “women in the workplace” sound more like National Geographic specials than serious business profiles. “How did she get there?” the narrator asks dramatically. “Can she adapt to this strange and hostile environment?” And, silly as it seems, women in some business sectors still are anomalies, facing challenges inasserting their … Continue reading Refinery 29: The Growing Industry That Walmart & Kate Spade Are Investing In

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Aug 24 2016

Fast Company: Inside The Fastest-Growing Accelerator for Women And Minorities

by Women Presidents' Organization

 By LISA RABASCA ROEPE Most accelerators require entrepreneurs to spend three to six months in residence, which can be difficult for women entrepreneurs, particularly if they have families. So, in 2015, serial entrepreneur and former investment banker Carolyn Rodz founded Circular Board, a virtual 90-day accelerator for women entrepreneurs. Circular Board’s first class was held this … Continue reading Fast Company: Inside The Fastest-Growing Accelerator for Women And Minorities






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Aug 19 2016

Forbes: Women May Make Better Entrepreneurs And Here’s Why

by Women Presidents' Organization

By James Giancotti Women entrepreneurs are articulate, tenacious and ambitious.  To my understanding, a third of all new companies created today are run by women.  Entrepreneurship supports economic growth and so what is good for women is good for the economy. Female entrepreneurs are an under tapped force and if fully realized, can significantly boost economic […]






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Aug 17 2016

Black Enterprise: New Guidebook to Help Women Entrepreneurs Grow

by Women Presidents' Organization

By Carolyn M. Brown Lessons from the 50 fastest growing women owned businesses Women-owned firms have grown at a rate five times the national average since 2007, according to the 2016 American Express OPEN State of Women-Owned Businesses Report. To further the momentum and encourage more women-owned businesses to grow, the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO)–a national nonprofit […]






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Aug 15 2016

Gladys Muhunyo

by Wisdom Exchange

Gladys Muhunyo – Interview July 12, 2011, a social enterprise where that has given people all over Africa accesses to technology.






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Aug 12 2016

Don’t be too impatient, you need to earn your stripes

by Gladys Ogallo

  … Gladys Ogallo is the founder, Virtual Human Resource






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Aug 11 2016

Inc. Magazine: Another Reason for Women Entrepreneurs to Seek Out Female Investors

by Women Presidents' Organization

By Kimberly Weisul We all know that women get precious little venture capital funding: Only three percent of venture capital goes to female CEOs, according to Babson College. And that might be because so few women become venture capitalists: Only six percent of investing partners are women, also according to Babson. Now, here’s the twist. […]






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Aug 26 2016

Refinery 29: The Growing Industry That Walmart & Kate Spade Are Investing In

by Women Presidents' Organization

 By JANE MOSBACHER MORRIS Some descriptions of “women in the workplace” sound more like National Geographic specials than serious business profiles. “How did she get there?” the narrator asks dramatically. “Can she adapt to this strange and hostile environment?” And, silly as it seems, women in some business sectors still are anomalies, facing challenges inasserting their … Continue reading Refinery 29: The Growing Industry That Walmart & Kate Spade Are Investing In






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Aug 24 2016

Fast Company: Inside The Fastest-Growing Accelerator for Women And Minorities

by Women Presidents' Organization

 By LISA RABASCA ROEPE Most accelerators require entrepreneurs to spend three to six months in residence, which can be difficult for women entrepreneurs, particularly if they have families. So, in 2015, serial entrepreneur and former investment banker Carolyn Rodz founded Circular Board, a virtual 90-day accelerator for women entrepreneurs. Circular Board’s first class was held this … Continue reading Fast Company: Inside The Fastest-Growing Accelerator for Women And Minorities






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