Women's Business Group Seeks Panelists

The Center for Women's Business Research, which is forming a national, online research panel to be used for up-to-the-minute research on women business owners, is looking for participants.

Contributors must be women owning at least 25 percent of their business.

Participants of the W-Biz Insight panel will contribute to "an ongoing body of knowledge that can respond to emerging trends" according to the center. It also will inform programs and policies supporting all women business owners.

"The commitment of a small amount of time on the part of individual women business owners can mean a great deal," said Margaret Smith, center chair. "The formation of the research panel will give the Center for Women's Business Research the ability to contribute to the fast-paced debates that result in programs and policies which have a significant impact on the nation's economy and women-owned businesses."

More information can be found at the center's Web site or via e-mail to info@womensbusinessresearch.org.

By Sharon McLoone |  November 5, 2007; 9:00 AM ET Networking
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