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A new study reveals that lack of mentors and access to capital is inhibiting the growth of women-owned businesses.
The Amway Global Entrepreneurship report released today shows 42 percent of people from 38 countries would opt to become an entrepreneur.
The GEDI Index reveals the world is operating at 52% of its entrepreneurial capacity. The fastest growth markets: Mideast and North Africa.
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The manufacturing start-up Quirky offers a unique way for entrepreneurs to make money: just pitch them your idea.
Some American technology entrepreneurs are seeking to pursue India's untapped opportunities, even without the clout of a multinational corporation backing them.
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Former Atlanta Hawks star Obinna Ekezie has leveraged social media to build Wakanow.com, Africa's largest online travel company.
You can tap these free business tools, embraced by the young and tech savvy, to help build and manage a global business.