Mompreneurs Do It All

Amy Alexander
July 2014
Investors Business Daily;7/2/2014, pA03
Women-owned businesses in America number 7.8 million, according to the National Women's Business Council. Lots of the owners built startups while they were changing diapers, nursing babies, helping with homework and tackling countless other mommy tasks.


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