Women Entrepreneurs

The Rise Of America’s Millennial Entrepreneurs

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – What actually makes entrepreneurship grow? That’s probably the most important challenge in economics globally. In America, entrepreneurs and the businesses they start are at the very core of the economy. Startups and growing firms provide opportunities for workers and drives innovation forward.

40% Of Women in Nigeria Run Their Own Business but Need Support

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Nigeria is the leading economy in Africa right now. It’s also an exciting place to be a woman entrepreneur—a place where 40% of the women run their own business. However, it is not always easy to run a business, as the country has its difficulties and challenges.

Cherie Blair And Her Foundation Take Full Advantage of Technology

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – The advent of the Internet has been a real game-changer, connecting people globally. The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women is taking full advantage of the Web by pioneering a new way of supporting women entrepreneurs, working across physical and cultural distances, by combining mentoring with technology.

The Rise of Women Entrepreneurs

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Women’s entrepreneurship seems to be a real, fundamental economic force that’s reshaping the world. In 2013 women-owned businesses represented 37 percent of enterprises globally.

SEPHORA Helps Women Entrepreneurs Face Business and Gender Challenges

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Starting a business has enough challenges in itself, but being female and starting a business in the U.S. has its own set of challenges. Female entrepreneurs do not have the same access to funding, connections, or business instruction as do male entrepreneurs. Eighty-five percent of venture capital funded start-ups are led exclusively by men.

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