But that doesn't take away from his accomplishments as a marketer, businessman and trendsetter.
Mace, a businessman who has been president of the college for almost two years, was released on bond a day later.
He considers himself a businessman first and a cowboy second.
Musk the businessman sees a need people are willing to pay for that he can provide more efficiently than others.
Mark, a businessman, made intricate wax figures and compulsively photographed buildings from many angles.
The bad guys are represented by a craven businessman and a scarred ex-Marine.
He was a businessman now, dependent on contracts obtained from oceanographers, who in turn had to get grants from the government.
Though he may have been a good designer or businessman or other such things, my priorities are different.
He's a cynical businessman who plays on the anxieties of his listeners.
He's a wealthy businessman, and reporters have noticed his lack of comfort in relating to voters.
British Dictionary definitions for businessman
noun (pl) -men
a person, esp a man, engaged in commercial or industrial business, esp as an owner or executive
There is a gender-neutral form, businessperson, but it does not appear to be very widely used. The plural business people is quite widely used, and if you wish to avoid being gender-specific, you could try recasting your sentence to use the plural