"The National Women's Business Council states
an average of 424 women a day started businesses between 1997
On the heals of the successful release of its first
book oriented toward women entrepreneurs,
National Association of Women
Business Owners (NAWBO) announces the release of "Tapping Your Inner
Entrepreneur: Making the Move from Employee to Business Owner." The second of a
three-book series, "Tapping Your Inner Entrepreneur," takes the budding
entrepreneur one-step closer to their goal of business ownership.
"Tapping Your Inner Entrepreneur: Making the Move from Employee to Business
Owner" covers topics ranging from taking stock of your external environment,
developing your business ideas, preparing to make the move to owning your own
business, fine-tuning your business venture, and gauging your business' growth
potential. The case studies highlight best practices and the experiences of
NAWBO members who successfully embarked on the journey of owning their own
The book features proven success stories and is a great resource for
"Women business owners have a huge impact on our nation's economy, and the OPEN
Network is committed to helping fuel their continued growth and entrepreneurial
success. We're proud to sponsor this book series and believe that it will
benefit women business owners who are trying to take their companies to the next
level," says Susan Sobbott, president of the OPEN Network.
Adds Beverly Inman-Ebel, NAWBO President and chief executive officer of TLC Talk
Listen Communicate, LLC in Chattanooga, Tenn.: "Although there are a large
number of business books on the market, this book paves the way for women
entrepreneurs to prepare to make the move to owning their own business."
"The National Women's Business Council states an average of 424 women a day
started businesses between 1997 and 2002. These numbers prove that there's quite
a demand for a book providing advice to women entrepreneurs," said Beverly
Inman-Ebel, NAWBO President and chief executive officer of TLC Talk Listen
Communicate, LLC in Chattanooga, Tenn. "We're thankful to OPEN: The Small
Business Network from American Express for showing their commitment to women
business owners through the sponsorship of this book series."
This book was penned by writer Diane Sears and is the second of the three book
series to be published by NAWBO. The third book, "Money Matters," which will be
published in February 2005, will address business financing.
NAWBO's first book, "Taking an Idea to Market: How to Turn Your Vision into a
Successful Business Venture," covered topics ranging from market research and
developing a business plan to financing options and protecting your business
through copyrights and incorporation. Successful women entrepreneurs and
industry experts share their advice and expertise, and explain how women
business owners can carve out a unique market position. Case studies highlight
best practices and the experiences of NAWBO members in starting and growing
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