Count Me In Helps Women Entrepreneurs Increase Their Revenue
Theresa Daytner doesn't believe you can think too big. Six years ago, the co-founder of Daytner Construction Group, which provides general contracting and construction-management services, had the lofty goal of growing revenue from six digits to $10 million. In 2011, her Mount Airy, Md.-based company nearly doubled that target figure.
The growth spurt came courtesy of skills and support Daytner picked up from Count Me In for Women's Economic Independence, a nonprofit that provides resources, business education and community to help women turn their ventures into serious moneymakers, with revenue of $1 million or more.
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