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Montgomery County Community College launches program to help women entrepreneurs grow their businesses

 
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According to the U.S. Small Business Association, women owned 6.5 million out of 23 million nonfarm businesses in 2002 generating $940.8 billion in revenues, employing 7.1 million workers and paying $173.7 billion in payroll. With more than 50 percent of the U.S. population owning fewer than 30 percent of its businesses, it seems that the playing field is still not level.

Enter Kimberle Levin and Montgomery County Community College.

To help women entrepreneurs gain the business skills they need to establish their businesses and help them thrive, Montgomery County Community College is offering a new program — Growing Your Woman-Owned Business, to provide women with practical marketing, business development and financial solutions and strategies as well as vital networking opportunities beginning June 7.
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