48 min

Women Beating the Odds in Business Aspen Ideas to Go

    • Philosophy

In the United States, the odds are stacked against women and people of color who want to start a business. As a Black entrepreneur, Danielle Kristine Toussaint understood this first-hand. Before opening her creative agency She Thinks Purple, she dealt with barriers only a community of women could help her overcome. She talks about her book "Dare to Think Purple: A Survival Guide for Women in Social Entrepreneurship."

In the United States, the odds are stacked against women and people of color who want to start a business. As a Black entrepreneur, Danielle Kristine Toussaint understood this first-hand. Before opening her creative agency She Thinks Purple, she dealt with barriers only a community of women could help her overcome. She talks about her book "Dare to Think Purple: A Survival Guide for Women in Social Entrepreneurship."

48 min

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