Harvard professor Nancy Koehn discusses a rise in the number of women in business in this female entrepreneur speech. She expresses excitement about the large number of women leaping into the business world, be it to open up a small shop or to start a more unconventional business.
As a professor at Harvard Koehn has noticed a rise in the number of students who attempt to start up a business immediately after graduating. People are becoming more and more driven and entrepreneurs are emerging everywhere. Koehn talks about how women from all walks of life are now jumping into the business world and how that differs from business in the past. Women don't need rich educations anymore to start up a business or to create a product.
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Nancy Koehn is a historian and a Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School who...