Despite initial hiccups, Women Grow believes new licensing agreement will strengthen company
By John Schroyer
In its transition to a new licensing agreement – which drove off several dozen former chapter chairs – Women Grow’s leadership believes it’s establishing new business practices that will help put the company on more solid footing, both financially and for brand uniformity at events across the country.
For instance, the company has increased its vetting of newly hired chapter chairs, or “market leaders” as they’re now called, as opposed to its early practice of simply allowing chapters to sprout up on their own.
That will allow Women Grow to get a better sense of
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