By Good News Network Sunday, October 02, 2011
Despite the very real challenges that keep many small-business owners cautious, a recent survey of the Women Presidents’ Organization showed that these women-owned businesses (with annual revenues of at least $50 million) are optimistic.
Indeed, 50% of those surveyed indicated they are not only more optimistic about the economy than they were a year ago but that they plan on hiring and making capital investments between now and the end of the year. And 60% of respondents plan on expanding into new markets.
(READ the article in Forbes)
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