Having a business of one’s own has been the American dream since the beginning of our country. Entrepreneurial businesses are crucial for our economy. That is even more true for women-owned businesses because we are currently facing a critical labor shortage which is likely to increase in the years ahead. Our guest this week has proven that it can be done successfully.
Women Starting Their Own Businesses
Guest(s): Susie Dietrich, Tops Staffing, LLC
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