September 2006
Leadership: Magazine for Managers;sep2006, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p24
The article provides information on Mujeres Empresarias, an organization that supports the entrepreneurship of women in Chile. The organization has established the Universidad de Desarrollo and the Enterprise Studies Centre for Women. It has more than three thousand members. It has generated alliances in the world of enterprising.


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