What women can learn from Indian-American entrepreneurs

02/22/2010 | TechCrunch · MIT Technology Review

The dearth of women and minorities in top technology jobs leads Cindy Padnos of Illuminate Ventures to suggest that women can learn from Indian-American entrepreneurs. Early immigrants from India who achieved tech business success were unselfish in their efforts to help up-and-coming leaders by sharing their experiences and opening doors. The Indus Entrepreneurs, or TiE, founded in 1992, serves as a model for giving back by fostering entrepreneurship within the community.

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