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Learning from Dell’s Culture of Innovation

Interested in joining us this November?  Nominate yourself or someone else.  Who will be there is just as important as what we’ll discuss.   In 1984, at age 19, Michael Dell founded PC’s Limited with $1,000 and a game-changing vision for how technology should be designed, manufactured and sold. Just 4 years later, Dell went public, raising $30 million, increasing market capitalization from $1,000 to $85 million. From the growth fueled ‘90s to the early 2000’s where Dell expanded into new markets like China, Dell has continued to evolve with technology and innovation. Today Dell continues to be a leader…

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Women Entrepreneurs & The Work-Life Balancing Act

Women in business and women entrepreneurs may feel like an endangered species sometimes. Yet they’re what everyone is talking about. How many women make it into the C-suite of Fortune 500 companies is big news. The success of companies where women are in leadership roles and the access to capital for women is now tracked, measured and scrutinized. We are all for gender equality and a level playing field, but let’s face it, even Sheryl Sandberg recently admitted it’s tough. Women face unique challenges at different stages in their careers from their male counterparts. The reality is we need to…

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