Mom entrepreneurs have become the first moms to achieve a major milestone: they have become an early adopter of the internet, an internet-enabled business.
According to the 2015 Entrepreneurship Index, the top five categories of entrepreneurs include: business, technology, media, social media, and health care.
Mom entrepreneurs have been the first mothers to create the first business that allows moms to make more money than they did at home, and they have pioneered the practice of self-directed entrepreneurship.
Mom entrepreneurship has been the fastest-growing segment of the US economy, surpassing the construction industry.
The US is home to about 1.8 million mom-and-pop businesses, and many of these businesses have been incubated and grown by mom entrepreneurs.
While the internet and social media have brought mom entrepreneurs the recognition and recognition they deserve, the industry still faces obstacles.
Accordingly, the National Center for Entrepreneurships (NCE) is launching a series of research projects to better understand the social, political, and economic impacts of the Internet as an industry.
These projects will explore how the internet affects mom- and pop businesses, the businesses themselves, and the communities where they operate.
This research is being funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation.