Happy International Women’s Day! Today celebrates of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women the world over. And I am HERE for it! Truly, walking the winding road… Read more »
Montage Marketing Group, LLC founder and CEO, Mercedita Roxas-Murray, has been named the Maryland Women’s Business Center’s (MWBC) Entrepreneur of the Year 2018. Roxas-Murray received the Entrepreneur of the Year… Read more »
Who run the world? Regrettably, not girls. A recent tally revealed that just 6.2 percent of Fortune 500 companies have a female CEO at the helm. In 2015, there were fewer… Read more »
Calling all dreamers: now is the time to start your own business. Fellow entrepreneurs agree. According to recent research from Gallup and Wells Fargo, American small business owners feel optimistic about their prospects,… Read more »
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