Women entrepreneurs in today’s business world


www.BriefCaseEssentials.com Susan T. Spencer, author, lecturer, and successful entrepreneur provides an overview of the topic of Cash Flow http Author Susan T Spencer graduated with honors and awards from Boston University (BA) and received her MA in history/economics from Hofstra— her thesis on “The Role of Women in Business During the Revolutionary War, 1770-1785” was a foreshadowing of her own business career. She founded her first company—(Papillon) producing high-end tennis clothing to stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus. A legal dispute with her partner resulted in an early termination of the company which motivated her to enter law school to study business law. Fresh out of Villanova Law School she talked her dad into hiring her to work at his company—The Philadelphia Eagles. She served as legal counsel ,vice president and acting general manager of the franchise—the only woman to ever hold all three positions with a professional football team. Immediately after the team was sold, she started her own food distribution company. Three years later she purchased her first meat processing company—Allied Steaks, and then, purchased a large meat company that generated sales of 40 million dollars. She owned and operated all three companies for several years. Visit the photo gallery to see Susan at work. After selling the large meat company a few years later to a company in the mid west, and eventually also selling her food distribution business, Susan

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