Alison Cowzer begins producing girl scout cookies for Irish Girl Guides
Cowzer, one of the founders of East Coast Bakehouse, believes selling cookies will foster entrepreneurship among young women
It could take centuries to achieve equality without serious efforts to bring women into male-dominated spheres such as business and politics, according to food industry entrepreneur Alison Cowzer.
Cowzer, one of the founders of East Coast Bakehouse, has just begun the production of girl scout cookies – the fourth biggest brand of biscuits in America – for the Irish Girl Guides.
East Coast will produce more than 110,000 packets of biscuits for the guides over...
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