Long-time female entrepreneurs need to plan exits

10/10/2007 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A "critical mass" of women who started businesses 20 years ago are reaching the age at which they may sell or close up shop, but they are less likely than men to have concrete ideas about how they will do so, according to new research at the Center for Women's Business Research in Washington. The study offers a few tips for women, or men, who need to develop their exit strategies.

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