Drawing a blueprint for women-owned firms

Building dollhouses was not something Stephanie Scharf expected to enjoy. She didn’t even want to do it, years ago, when her 11-year-old daughter — as 11-year-olds do — decided on a new hobby: assembling intricate miniature homes, complete with wallpaper, electricity and roofing tiles. These aren’t houses for dolls. They are mansions for shrunken aristocrats.

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