Episode #34 – Entrepreneurship – Going a Step Beyond: Project Artemis and Thunderbird for Good

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Matt Frary - PhotoAre you always looking for opportunities to further your education? Do you want to know about ways you can increase your knowledge about starting your own business? Starting your own business is more than a way to make a dollar. It can also increase your professional network and offer opportunities to meet up with other business people from around the world.

If you are looking for ways to increase your knowledge as well as start your business, then invest 20 minutes to listen to this edition of Chaos Makes Sense where your host Kimberly Henrie interviews Matt Frary, CEO of SmarterChaos and Kellie Kreiser from Thunderbird School of Global Management and Executive Director of “Thunderbird for Good”.

What is Thunderbird and How Can It Help You?

Kellie begins the episode by explaining what Thunderbird is, and how it metamorphosed into the organization it is today. She shares a quote from an early President, which is the heart of what Thunderbird is about. Kellie goes on to relate how that quote applies not only Thunderbird as it exists today, but also how it applies to businesses worldwide.

Matt and Kellie graduated from Thunderbird in the same class 10 years ago. In the time since, they have traveled the world together and formed a strong friendship. The conversation then segues into a discussion about Thunderbird for Good, a non-profit program that Matt claims has changed not only the industry, but also the world.

The Thunderbird for Good program has had an amazing footprint. Kellie shares what types of students are likely to join it, and how many graduates the program has had from around the world.

Project Artemis and the Marketing Industry

First aimed at Afghan businesswomen, Project Artemis is a two-week business education program to help women get businesses up and running. Kellie explains how these businesses have transformed over the years.

The women involved in Project Artemis are exposed to top tier business leaders. They also complete specific activities during the program to gain real world experience as well. Kellie explains that these women then take their new skills back home where they put the knowledge into action. Several of these women have become real success stories, one even inspiring a book that Kellie mentions during the podcast.

Starting a business is hard enough in a first-world areas of North America. As Matt points out, women from these other countries face more adversity and diversity than we can comprehend. These women overcome challenges both in starting a business as well as keeping it going. Kellie shares some of the specific challenges these women face and explains why they are anything but victims.

Matt and Kellie agree that it takes a certain type of personality to start a business that succeeds in this world.

Learning More about Project Artemis

During the podcast, Matt talks about where programs like Project Artemis fit into social media and internet marketing. Matt and Kellie also take time to answer questions such as the ones listed here:

  • How are Thunderbird programs like Project Artemis funded?
  • What is the fee for women who attend Project Artemis?
  • Are there any online Thunderbird programs for women entrepreneurs?
  • What impact do businesswomen have on their families and communities?
  • How much of the world’s work do women do, and how much do they earn?

Do You Want to Know More about Women and Business?

Are you a woman who wants to start up your own business? Do you want to learn about programs to help you increase your knowledge about entrepreneurship? Then invest 20 minutes of your time to listen to Matt Frary on Chaos Makes Sense. Afterwards, why not return and give us your feedback?

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