A recent study by Boston Consulting Group shows that if women and men around the world participated equally as entrepreneurs, global GDP could ultimately rise by approximately 3% to 6%, boosting the global economy by $2.5 trillion to $5 trillion.
However, there's unequal access to valuable business management skills, funding and the right network.
According to a Forbes article, 98% of businesses that reach 1 million dollars in yearly gross revenue are owned by men.
Women experience a gender-specific disadvantage when they seek to launch and grow their businesses.
If you want to promote female entrepreneurship, Join Ebere Akaadiri, female founders, investors and policymakers in a round table conversation, hosted by Rise and Lead Women, the Netherlands at the Impact Fest.
In our discussion, we will explore and create awareness on the concept of gender bias in funding, why many female-led businesses do not scale and understand the unique needs of women and how to support them.
27-10-2020 15:00 - 15:45Hosted by: Ebere Akadiri
Messages will be visible for table members and will NOT be shared on Facebook.