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Overcoming the challenges facing women-owned business enterprises

For small businesses, becoming a corporate supplier is a catalyst to growth. It provides them with increased revenue and financial stability, it opens doors to other large clients, and it lends instant credibility (Foggin, 2009). Today, however, breaking into the corporate supply chain can be difficult, as evidenced by the relatively small number of companies that have managed to do so. This is particularly true for businesses owned by women.

Related Subject(s): Women and Gender Issues
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