We could not help but notice the tie-in to wegg® women concerning the recent movie “Maiden.” How so? The “Maiden” is based on a true story that goes like this:
An all-female crew in a virtually all-male sport challenges the open ocean, and a sea of presumptions, to prove that women can sail – and take their lives in their hands – just as crazily as men. (Source: WSJ, 6/28/19)
Think about it. wegg women are exporting despite the fact that the business world is still male-dominated and many organizations don’t even track the exports of women business owners. Yet women know they have a chance at exporting just as much as anyone else, build their confidence, and go for it – cracking open possibilities of expanding their businesses globally and all with a little help from us here at wegg.
Bottom line: there is proof that women can sail, and by golly, there is proof that women can export. Again, it’s all about possibilities. Why just look at yesterday’s four-peat win of the U.S. Women’s Soccer team on the World Cup! Never tone down your goals or celebrations whether it be sailing, soccer or exporting.
For further proof that women can export, join us on our next wegginar® 7/10 when CEO Cathy Koch talks about her quest for global growth at her business. She is not only making waves, but she is exporting!