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  • n. Alternative form of mumpreneur.


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  • I don't particularly like the term mompreneur because having children doesn't necessarily have anything to do with having a business. News

  • "Inevitably the question of the term mompreneur comes up," she says. - Home Page

  • Fifteen years after two entrepreneurial mothers from Scarsdale, N.Y., coined and trademarked the term "mompreneur," the numbers of moms launching businesses is swelling faster than a pregnant belly. - Home Page

  • She says the term "mompreneur" risks evoking an outdated portrait of women dabbling in a micro home-based business as a lifestyle choice and a substitute for child care, when that is not the reality. - Home Page

  • But as a mother and a business owner, she embraces the phrase "mompreneur" because loosely translated it means "we make humans and we can run a company." - Home Page

  • But if it can be done it comes with the built-in advantage that the mompreneur is her own "walking demo" -- she really knows her audience.

    Robert Rosenthal: 5 Remarkable Female Entrepreneurs

  • After spending months reading "mompreneur" blogs, you might realize that you're competing against half the moms in America, and give up on that, too.


  • Gilbert woman organizes 'mompreneur' competition by Srianthi Perera - Feb. 10, 2010 10: 25 AM | news

  • Gilbert mother and "mompreneur" Tisha Marie Pelletier | news

  • The term "mompreneur" has sprung up as a result of that growing number of mothers operating their own businesses.

    The Virtual Wire


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