Thanks Maggie McGrath for this great article on Forbes: The history of International Women's Day dates back to 1908, when some 15,000 women marched on New York City in the name of better working hours, fairer pay, and the right to vote. Three years later, the first official IWD was celebrated throughout Europe as more than a million women rallied for the right to work, hold office, vote, and end gender discrimination.
One-hundred-plus years later, we're still having many of these conversations, and it's women in the business community who are leading the charge. In honor of IWD 2019, here's a look at some of the female entrepreneurs who are trying to change the world, the policies they're championing and the advice they'd give to women everywhere: Continue reading this article, How Female Entrepreneurs Are Changing The World
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