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Money Matters: Female entrepreneurs trade success secrets at Columbia gathering
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Women entrepreneurs gathered at Columbia University's Lerner Hall to engage in a sort of master class on small business know-how.
Spark and Hustle CEO Tory Johnson said the time is right for women to start companies of their own.
"After the last few years of the economy, I think everybody is so ready to take control, take control of their lives, take control of their careers, take control of their finances," Johnson said. "You sort of have to make it happen for yourself and one of the easiest and best ways to make it happen for yourself is through small business ownership."
Co-sponsored by Time Warner Business Class, a division of Time Warner Cable, the parent company of NY1, the event is the first stop in a 20-city national tour. The attendees represent all stages of the process--some mulling over an idea, and others looking to take their business to the next level.
Find out more in this edition of “Money Matters” in the video above.