Terralever Expands Reach of Women’s Entrepreneurship Program
Digital marketing firm, Terralever, has designed a website portal to expand the reach of an online courseware that helps women entrepreneurs turn their dreams of starting or growing their own businesses into reality.
Phoenix-based online marketing firm, Terralever, has designed a website portal equipped with multiple language capabilities to expand the reach of DreamBuilder: The Women’s Business Creator. DreamBuilder is an online courseware that helps women entrepreneurs turn their dreams of starting or growing their own businesses into reality.
Initiated by Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., an international mining company, the program is assisted by Bluedrop Performance Learning for courseware design and Thunderbird School of Global Management for the curriculum and project management. Terralever created intuitive websites for the content that would be attractive to both users and partner institutions.
A Spanish version of DreamBuilder is currently running in Chile and Peru. The program’s English counterpart, American DreamBuilder, was introduced by Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at Clinton Global Initiative America on June 14.
“There are more than 8.6 million women-owned businesses in the United States employing 7.8 million Americans, and during the past six years when job growth across our economy has been slow, women-owned firms created 175,000 jobs,” says Clinton. “Supporting entrepreneurship among women is one of the best things we can do to grow our economy.”
Terralever, a strategic digital agency located in Tempe, AZ, partnered with Thunderbird to construct a front end website, www.dreambuilder.org, which created a more beautiful portal to the online course platform and added information and resources that were not previously available. Now, taking the next step toward international functionality, Terralever and Thunderbird have released the Spanish version of the website for use in Chile […]