Valerie Dow, left, and Tina Angell, right, are partners in Cybertary Inc., an innovative online business support service where they can work from home. Here they meet at Dow's home office in Roseville.
Valerie Dow, left, and Tina Angell, right, are partners in Cybertary Inc., an innovative online business support service where they can work from home. Here they meet at Dow's home office in Roseville. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file
Valerie Dow, left, and Tina Angell, right, are partners in Cybertary Inc., an innovative online business support service where they can work from home. Here they meet at Dow's home office in Roseville. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file

Increasing number of women-run businesses in Sacramento, statewide

June 10, 2015 03:07 PM

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