At a recent Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University, President Barack Obama says people succeed and communities prosper when they have the skills and resources needed to start their own businesses [and go global we might add!].
Women, minorities and those “locked out” by the existing social order, which the president described as “people who aren’t part of the old boy’s network,” can become empowered entrepreneurs when they can turn their ideas into reality, he said.
He added: “I believe all of you represent the upside of an interconnected world.”
Note: Don’t miss our next WEGG webinar 7/13 on “China Exports: Growing Brand Recognition Locally First,” and presented by expert Nicole àBeckett, President of Mercatura Global. Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1045496295028407041. Event is no charge but you must register in advance to attend.
And one more thing! If you are based in Chicago, don’t miss a great LIVE event on July 13th where one of our past WEGG presenters, Louise Kern, will be discussing Saving Your #$%: Due Diligence in International Transactions. To find out more and to register, visit: http://calendar.itagc.org/docs/ITAGC_Calendar_8255.pdf (fee involved). Be sure to mention WEGG when you register to get your special discount.