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Entrepreneurship: A Female Perspective

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If women are to be successful in business, they must remain passionate, never be afraid to ask for assistance when necessary, and delegate well.

That was the message from the Feature Speaker during a Panel Discussion at the Chamber of Industry and Commerce entitled, "Entrepreneurship: A Female Perspective."

Owner of Aegis Business Solutions Limited, Angela Lee Loy, said it is important to share everyday tasks to have a successful business.

Owner of Chuck E Cheese's, Trinidad, Kristine Gibbon-Thompson, said her decision to go into business was easy when she realised that there was a need for more control over her time and flexibility.

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