Percal, Malka
March 2007
NAFE Magazine;Spring2007, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p34
The article offers tips for a successful woman-owned start-up venture. Patricia Nemeth, owner of a law firm, attributes her success to a passion for work her profession. The persistence of Filipino businesswoman Lita M. Abele earned her a network of corporate clients in the U.S. despite cultural barriers and gender discrimination.


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