Minority businesswomen say they need training to expand

10/21/2009 | Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), The

A survey of minority businesswomen in northeast Florida identified the need for training and mentoring to expand businesses as a leading priority. "You have to have the skills to compete," says entrepreneur Emma Martin. She is moving her medical-billing operations to Jacksonville, Fla., for more access to training opportunities.

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