Why are there not more women entrepreneurs?
Early progress towards achieving gender equality is not being sustained: studies reveal that the sharp upward trend of the 1970s and 1980s in the percentage of women holding executive positions is slowing, flattening and even declining in the FTSE 350 companies.
So, if fewer talented women are now drawn to the boardroom as the venue for their leadership, why are more of them not channelling their creativity and energy into their own entrepreneurial activities, when those who have chosen to do so report considerable benefits from being their own boss?
In an article for the University of Bristol’s Alumni Magazine, Nonesuch, Kate Cowie explores this anomonly.
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