Two great reads if you’re currently trying to decide on adding a new Board member, perhaps a female? What about increasing your ROI?
Companies with women on their boards have been proven to lead to a higher ROI.
“women are the power users of many products and it’s just smart business to have an understanding of key customers around the table. Could you imagine a game company without any gamers on the leadership team or board?” Read more:
Why Your Next Board Member Should Be A Woman
Finally, Forbes does a great job tying in the previous article and focusing on the ROI of having a woman on the Board, read this: Facebook Is Ignoring Its Most Lucrative Users
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I’m about to officially register my business this week, I’ve been consulting for a few months. I’m 26 years old & with an MBA degree. Companies can’t
afford to hire someone full-time to do their online engagement marketing in this market in East TN. I would love to work at a company or organization and executive everything I’ve learned, until then I consult with passion!
Here’s a video (from the Today show) about millennials starting their own business and opting out of sending resumes: