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Female entrepreneurs

Teresa Alarcos

Publisher: Plataforma

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"We promote the existence of more women in the entrepreneurial world and this book written by Teresa is groundbreaking and timely."
HANNAH F. BUCHAN, Hunter Global Investors L.P.

"When female entrepreneurial talent is abundant, but success stories are so few that it begs the question of where the ecosystem is failing. […] This book provides an important vision of the critical aspects of digital entrepreneurship."
PILAR MANCHÓN, Sr. Director, Artificial Intelligence Google, Silicon Valley

"The patience and constant resistance with which women have endured the macho structure of society for so long is admirable. Teresa Alarcos has written a good book full of interest on how the new digital society can correct this discrimination forever. I advise reading it urgently and with respect."
ANTONIO GARRIGUES WALKER, Honorary president of Garrigues

"This book will inspire us and will motivate more and more of us to create a legacy that we will be proud to leave our children."
CHRISTINA GERAKITEYS, Co-CEO SingularityU Australia

"Teresa Alarcos has written a very successful book from the heart, in which she shows in a solid and didactic way how a startup is created."
ANTONIO COLINO, President of the Royal Academy of Engineering

"Teresa's book highlights bold and confident female entrepreneurs who are paving the way for others. By leveraging their knowledge and networks, these entrepreneurs are identifying opportunities, understanding potential clients and following their passion to do good. These women are true game changers."
ANI L. KHARAJIAN, Senior Portfolio Director, Executive Education, Harvard Business School President, Board of Directors, Armenian International Women's Association
Available since: 02/09/2022.
Print length: 87 pages.

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