Women Entrepreneurs: Pioneers of Innovation and Social Change
- Martha Matilda Harper, an undereducated servant girl, was the first to invent and engineer the franchise concept that later grew into an international franchise network of shops with manufacturing and training centers.
- Madam C.J. Walker was one of the early pioneers of direct marketing and considered to be the first self-made female American millionaire.
- Brownie Wise, a charismatic single mother designed the Tupperware; direct selling system and the concept grew to be a household phenomenon, the Tupperware Party making Tupperware a financial success.
Women Entrepreneurs: Pioneers of Innovation and Social Change focuses on the creative inventions legacy women entrepreneurs. Discover their untold stories, their wisdom, and their creativity within. Trust your women’s intuition and start developing innovative approaches to creating abundance and wealth.
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