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Great Women of Business

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Business
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The wage gap. The motherhood penalty. The glass ceiling. The stories of business savvy women who battled sexism all the way to the executive suite are both thought provoking and inspiring. From Coco Chanel to Mrs. Fields, Julia Child to Martha Stewart, in this special 12 episode series we present the triumphs of individuals ahead of their time. Through their stories, we examine their most innovative business principles and how those shaped their work and lives. Great Women of Business is part of the Parcast Network.

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The wage gap. The motherhood penalty. The glass ceiling. The stories of business savvy women who battled sexism all the way to the executive suite are both thought provoking and inspiring. From Coco Chanel to Mrs. Fields, Julia Child to Martha Stewart, in this special 12 episode series we present the triumphs of individuals ahead of their time. Through their stories, we examine their most innovative business principles and how those shaped their work and lives. Great Women of Business is part of the Parcast Network.

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Love this podcast

By erikajulianna115 - Jul 04 2019
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Can’t wait to hear new episodes ❤️

Fantastic

By Siminkhanoom - May 05 2019
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Love listening to these podcasts. Learned a lot. Lots of great inside stories.

iTunes Ratings

889 Ratings
Average Ratings
738
66
36
25
24

Love this podcast

By erikajulianna115 - Jul 04 2019
Read more
Can’t wait to hear new episodes ❤️

Fantastic

By Siminkhanoom - May 05 2019
Read more
Love listening to these podcasts. Learned a lot. Lots of great inside stories.
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Great Women of Business

Updated 8 days ago

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The wage gap. The motherhood penalty. The glass ceiling. The stories of business savvy women who battled sexism all the way to the executive suite are both thought provoking and inspiring. From Coco Chanel to Mrs. Fields, Julia Child to Martha Stewart, in this special 12 episode series we present the triumphs of individuals ahead of their time. Through their stories, we examine their most innovative business principles and how those shaped their work and lives. Great Women of Business is part of the Parcast Network.

Rank #1: Martha Stewart - “Commitment to Quality”

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Martha Stewart started with a modest catering company and parlayed it into a branded empire that focused on quality. This simple business principle set Stewart on her way to becoming the first self-made female billionaire. However, her most impressive feat was earning back her empire that she lost following a slew of felony convictions.


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Jun 12 2018
1 hour 2 mins
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Rank #2: Brownie Wise - “The Art Of Selling”

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Brownie Wise didn't just sell Tupperware, she revolutionized sales strategies and created lasting opportunities for working mothers. However, her volatile relationship with Earl Tupper cost her job, her contacts, and for years, her credit for making Tupperware a household name.


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Jul 09 2018
1 hour 5 mins
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Rank #3: Ruth Handler - “Disruption”

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Originally a plastics company, Mattel changed their focus to toys when co-founder Ruth Handler sensed a growing need for toys after the post-war baby-boom. Years later, she would disrupt the toy market by launching a doll for kids in the form of an adult woman. It would be called: Barbie.


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Jun 19 2018
1 hour 10 mins
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Rank #4: Susan Wojcicki - “Unlocking Value”

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Susan Wojcicki discovered that great opportunities aren't always easy to recognize. But Wojcicki had a knack for not only recognizing great opportunities but seizing them and executing upon them with immediacy. Her first big opportunity came when she left her job at Intel to become Google's 16th employee.


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Jul 03 2018
1 hour 7 mins
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Rank #5: Madam C. J. Walker - “Necessity”

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After developing a scalp disorder that caused her to lose much of her hair, CJ Walker identified a market opportunity. So she developed her own homemade hair care products and marketed them to the black community. This would become an important business principle for her – necessity is the mother of invention.


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Jun 26 2018
1 hour 1 min
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