Women founded startups in the UK receive just 12.8% of total funding. While on average per round of funding, men receive 45% more (£2,603,140) than women (£1,796,296).
Self-employed women have delivered for the UK economy, despite a system that’s stacked against them.
Research from the RSA finds that those who have benefited most from the new enterprise boom are the already affluent.
Difficulty obtaining finance and a general skills shortage risk undermining Britain’s start-up revolution, the Institute of Directors has warned.
Can-do hobbies, food, hair & beauty, and consultancy are among the most popular business ideas across the UK today. Cobweb research lists the top 20 ideas.
If you’re wondering why self-employment has been rising, especially among women, and what it means for individuals and the economy watch this.
The number of UK independent professionals has hit 1.88 million, with women leading the way in the decision to go solo.
The RSA calls for a tax and welfare overhaul to protect the living standards of UK’s booming self-employed workforce.
Today Prowess is launching the Charter for Women in Business to help close a business performance gap that costs the UK economy billions each year.
Women entrepreneurs can play a bigger role in the UK economy, creating jobs and boosting growth as well as reducing gender inequality.
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Hiring is top of the agenda for female entrepreneurs in 2015.
Yvonne Bignall and Helen Farmer took the Manifesto for Women in Business to the Festival of Female Entrepreneurs in Bristol. Here is what Bristol women think matters.
The UK’s fastest growing new companies are a sea of male suits. Gender diversity, such as it is, has been getting progressively worse since 2010.