Women in Small Business

Women In Small Business

Women in small businessAre you a future business owner? If the answer is yes, you'll join millions of women who have founded their own businesses. Women continue to create new small businesses in record numbers.

More people need to know about the ongoing research conducted by the National Women's Business Council. Help me to spread the message. If you think it's important to raise awareness about women in small business in today's economy, please share this post using the share buttons above and below for your favorite bookmarking site.

According to the National Women's Business Council (U.S.):

Women-owned businesses continue to represent one of the fastest-growing segments of the economy. The latest Census figures indicate the number of women-owned businesses is growing at a rate twice as fast as men-owned businesses.

Download the complete report here.

More interesting facts from the National Women's Business Council:

  • 77% of women founded their own businesses... of these, 72% had never owned businesses before
  • Nearly 2/3 of women-owned businesses have full time paid employees
  • 58% of women small business owners do not have a bachelor's degree
  • Number of women-owned businesses in the United States: 7.8 million
  • Only 19% of women business owners are minorities
  • When it comes to wages, women still earn only 80.2 cents for every dollar a man earns

Women transform businesses.

Check out this fascinating article from FastCompany Magazine: Meet The League of Extraordinary Women: 60 Influencers Who Are Changing The World. These accomplished women from around the globe will inspire you to achieve more in your small business than you ever thought possible.

Cindy McMillan

Women are powerful agents of change, yet often undervalued. But make no mistake -- the world (and your community) desperately needs your vision, your expertise, strength and compassion.

To women in business,

Cindy McMillan
Home Business in Today's Economy

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