Self-employed women have delivered for the UK economy, despite a system that’s stacked against them.
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How women could benefit from a focus on supplier diversity was the subject of a Workshop at the Prowess Conference in March 2009.
‘How can the most disadvantaged groups benefit from enterprise?’ to be blunt, they can’t within the current government system, or at least to say it’s very difficult, Aaron Barbour, Research and Policy Manager at linksUK, told the Prowess Conference in March 2009.
“If you are just a little housewife running a little business from home earning some pin money..” Small Business Sexism is rarely that blatant, but the subtle stuff is no less deadly.
Universal Credit will hammer self-employment. Here is what to expect and what you can do.
Act4Growth aims to change EU policy to support and promote female entrepreneurs. It has to collect 1 million signatures.
Could the new small business Tsar do the business for women?
Hilary Farnworth has helped hundred of women over 50 to get into business. Here are her top tips for women and policy makers.
Prowess Editor Erika Watson came out fighting for women business owners on last night’s BBC Newsnight.
Small businesses struggling to access credit are to be given a welcome boost with £110 million of new funding, Vince Cable announced today.
Why George Osborne’s 2012 Autumn statement leaves women in business out in the cold.
The Business Link website was a vital resource for UK businesses. Has its replacement Gov.UK thrown the baby out with the bathwater?
Much of the key data about women’s business ownership in the UK is illustrated in this new infographic published by HM Government. But it misses the big story: for the first time ever more women are starting businesses than men.
What’s the feminomic alternative to our man-made economic crisis?