Don't you just love the term mompreneur? We promise we haven't made this up - it stems of course, from the good old USA. I guess here in the UK we'd say Mumpreneurs instead, but that sounds a bit grumpy. Anyone got any alternative suggestions? Along with ‘seniorpreneurs', ‘third-age entrepreneurs' and no doubt many more options, it's a convenient way to qualify a specific audience. Without wishing to brand or typecast any female setting up in business, if you are a woman with children trying to set up a business here are a few tips to help you juggle the day job while you get your business off the ground:
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