Profiles of Women Entrepreneurs

The Winter 2007 edition of Business Week magazine’s Small Business edition features women who have fled flourishing corporate careers to pursue opportunities as entrepreneurs.

This Time It’s Mine: Why high-powered women are leaving Corporate America to become entrepreneurs profiles 18 corporate women and draws a picture for us of them “then and now.”

The article points out that these women are part of a growing trend of female executives leaving top management positions in corporate America in an effort to better use their skills and to run things their own way.

The 18 entrepreneurs share the positives and negatives of their career changes and some of their struggles. All of the women entrepreneurs, however, report that they are pleased with their choices and would do it all over again.

To read the article online, click here.

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