Minority Women Entrepreneurs

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February 2, 2011, 8:51 pm
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(NECN) - When you picture entrepreneurs, minority women may not be what first comes to mind. But minority women in the U.S. are starting their own businesses at a rapid pace. That's one of the findings of author Mary Godwyn.

Godwyn is co-author of "Minority Women Entrepreneurs: How outsider status can lead to better business practices".

Godwyn joins NECN Business with more.

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