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Bright Girls LLC

About Bright Girls LLC
At Bright Girls we teach girls about business so that they can envision themselves as entrepreneurs, business leaders and CEOs. Go Girlpreneurs! The author, Holly Lichtenfeld, is an entrepreneur and business professional with 20+ years experience. She has worked at multinational companies ranging from Morgan Stanley to Levi Strauss, owned her own successful marketing company and co-founded CleanWell Company. As founder of Bright Girls she's been a guest on programs ranging from NPR to CBS. She spends time in the classroom and with non profits conducting hands on programs with girls and loves

Product Reviews

2 Reviews
2 Reviews

    Daughter enjoyed it
    Mar 01, 2016

    My 11 year old daughter enjoyed reading this book but she also had hoped for more practical advice on starting a business. She's always hoped to start her own business but the book didn't help much with ideas of how to do that successfully. All in all it is a good little book with a few good ideas.

    Heather H - Member Since April 2014
    Surveys in business?
    Jul 29, 2015

    I purchased this for my niece after I noticed her latest attempt at a lemonade stand with her friend. Needless to say, their little summer business could have used some "entrepreneurial know how."

    Firstly, the story line is great and she immediately connected to the characters, giggling when she realized the characters and her and her friend spent their summer doing much of the same thing. She also didn't hesitate to complete the activities and was very proud to share her version of the "bracelet re-design." And lastly, when I asked her where she was in the book and she replied "survey" I asked her what she would have learned if she had done a survey for her business. She replied, "neighbors like lemonade. But, what the girls in the book should have done was make a boy's version of the bracelets!"

    So, even though she didn't prepare a survey, the suggestion certainly inspired an "entrepreneurial approach." And, ultimately, that's what I was looking for as a goal when making this purchase.

    Joanne D - Member Since March 2015

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