Obstacles linger that keep many women-owned businesses from hitting the $1M mark
Boston Business Journal by Mary K. Pratt
Date: Friday, December 9, 2011
Meredith Roman Pizzi, MT-BC, owner and founder of Roman Music Therapy Services, was featured in a Boston Business Journal article this past week. Pizzi was interviewed about what it takes to be a woman business owner, and how women today are making strides to correct the discrepancy between males and females in the workplace. Winner of the Make Mine a Million Dollar Business competition, Pizzi is aiming to grow her business to gross $1 million dollars, but her main motivation is not the money. Her goal is to use music therapy to help as many people as possible and spread the word of the healing benefits of music. She says that one of the biggest roadblocks women face is their unwillingness to think big, and Count Me In and Make Mine a Million Dollar Business have helped countless women change that.