business success

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AWE alumna’s winery brings economic growth to rural India

The State Department's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs has helped Tage Rita, of India, and many other businesswomen worldwide succeed.
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U.S. Chinatown communities reimagine their future

Learn how small and large businesses in Chinatowns across the United States are revamping and revitalizing old neighborhood haunts.
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An opportunity to encourage responsible business practices

The State Department is asking people worldwide for suggestions on how best to encourage responsible business.
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Zambian women build sustainable businesses

Zambian women are expanding businesses with support from U.S. programs, providing energy, food and education to their communities.
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Muslim-owned small businesses thrive in America

America's Muslim entrepreneurs are active in many industries. Discover why they love their work, and learn from their business advice.
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AWE alumna brings vital health information to Rwandan mothers

U.S. State Department training helped Umunyana Marie Chantal expand her business bringing accurate health information to Rwandan mothers.
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In the U.S., public companies’ financial details are transparent to all

Regulators require companies listed on U.S. stock markets to report financial details regularly. Anyone can sort the data for free.
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AWE entrepreneur saves lives and empowers expectant moms in East Africa

The U.S. State Department helps women start businesses. See how one Academy for Women Entrepreneurs graduate is helping save lives in Africa.
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U.S. companies invest in Central America

Following Vice President Harris' May 2021 Call to Action, American businesses have stepped up to the plate.