Marsha Firestone, PhD, is president and founder of Women Presidents’ Organization, a non-profit membership organization for women presidents of multimillion dollar companies with 93 chapters on four continents. She recently shared findings from a survey her organization conducted in Forbes Magazine. The article is titled ‘Women-Owned Small Businesses Court Optimism, New Hires.’ The findings suggest that,
Despite the very real challenges that keep many small-business owners cautious, a recent survey of the Women Presidents’ Organizations’ Zenith members reported that these women-owned businesses with annual revenues of at least $50 million are more optimistic than one might expect.
What do you think? For those of you with less than $50 million in annual revenues, are you more optimistic about the future? More so than last year? Will you be expanding your business?