More women want to start a business. So what’s stopping them from turning their dream into reality?
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The number of UK independent professionals has hit 1.88 million, with women leading the way in the decision to go solo.
Franchising is often seen as a way to “go it alone”, but it’s actually a great example of how working together can move everyone forward.
British Asian businesses are highly entrepreneurial, but new research says Asian women feel their culture is holding them back.
The new self-employed are increasingly female and more reluctant than the longer-term self-employed, according to new research from the Resolution Foundation.
The recent rise in female entrepreneurship has been remarkable. But issues around cash, confidence and family commitments still have a significant impact on business success and growth prospects.
Women own more that 126 million businesses, but low self-confidence is still holding European and U.S. women back.
Prowess Editor Erika Watson came out fighting for women business owners on last night’s BBC Newsnight.
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.
Women’s work has changed since the recession, according to new research. There are 170,000 fewer women in full-time jobs and almost 200,000 more self-employed women.