Successful Women in Business – Fact, not Fiction

Women in Business are still regrettably an uncommon term to some states. It is not because of guys, but due to the nation and government as well as how the individuals were lifted, seeing a girl working a “mans job” appears strange and incorrect. Look at Saudi Arabia and also the law forbidding women from driving, in the eyes of the remainder of the planet that is certainly ridiculous, but to women and men in their own nation it is just the way life goes, just forget about making a woman CEO. Luckily there are a number of women who demonstrate that girls can be, but ARE so much greater than that. Let’s take a look at a few of the worlds most successful girls in Company:

Indra Nooyi – She is the Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo and has sales of over $40 billion.

She’s her company has about $48 billion in revenue and CEO of Kraft Foods and the Chairman

Chairman, President and CEO of Archer Daniels Midland otherwise called ADM (also understood due to the film “The Informant’). In 2009 13% rose.

Chairman and CEO and inspiration to all Avon girls all around the world

Oprah – She’s has become the Queen of Chat for a long time and Chairman of OWN and Harpo. The talk show certainly not the last we’ve heard of her although oprah – perhaps leaving it.

Ginni Rometty – Currently Senior vice President, is in charge of Sales Marketing, and Strategy and Group Executive and also the lead candidate to eventually become the next CEO

Sherilyn McCoy – Global Chairman of Johnson & Johnson. Johnson may have had a rough year but she’s not slowing down. They have 11 new drug filings planned over the next 13 years.

Melanie Healey – Group President in North America for Procter and Gamble, accounting for.

Sheryl Sandberg – COO of Facebook, she’s played an integral function in turning the 500 million users of Facebook into revenue.

10.Michelle Obama – she might not have won her title of First Lady by vote, but this Harvard Law grad has started a campaign “Let’s Move” has gotten businesses like Coca Cola, Kellogg and General Mills to vow to decrease the calorie content of these products by 2012.

Aside from them there are girls like Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Angelina who’ve not only become Stars that are famed but have also become successful business women as well as women who speak as much as help people’s rights and so are heard. Girls now know just one direction – upwards.