Unfortunately, many common misconceptions about the. Indonesia Phone number place (and ability) of women in business still exist today. Luckily for us, when it comes to myths, common misconceptions, stereotypes, and more, SCORE’s Spring 2018 Data Report “The Main Street Bullhorn” on Women-Owned Businesses is here to put it back. clocks on time. After checking the report, we decided to dig deeper into the points we hear most often, the ones most of us have been conditioned to accept as fact, and provide you with data and concrete examples to rewrite the story. Here is the short list: Men are more likely to start their own business.
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Women-owned businesses are mostly “lifestyle” businesses Male-owned businesses generate more revenue Businesses owned by women and men face the same level of difficulty obtaining financing male-owned businesses feel more confident in the Indonesia Phone number success of their businessWith that, let’s sweep away those myths and recognize the tools and characteristics that successful entrepreneurs actually possess. (Hint: you won’t find gender listed.) MYTH: Entrepreneurs are Indonesia Phone number almost all men because men are more likely to start their own business ope! According to the Megaphone of Main Street, women are more likely than men to start a business, with 47% of women compared to 44% of men surveyed saying yes to starting a business in the past year.
And That Number Is Growing, Increasing
And that number is growing, increasing by 45% in the past 10 years. Let’s see how this translates in real life. Here is a (very) short list of companies you may. Have heard of with badass women at the Indonesia Phone number helm:ibm. Ginni pretty pepsico, Indra nooyi oracle. Safra catz general motors, mary barra lockheed martin. Marilyn hewson women make up 38% of the 28 million small businesses. Operating in the united states and employ nearly 9 million people. While generating $1.6 trillion in revenue. So, mark this one as debunked. Not only do women make up more than a third of small businesses. But they were found to be even more likely to start their own business. Myth: women-owned businesses are primarily “lifestyle” businesses.