Archive for January, 2012

Women in Best Export Case Studies

Review the advice, success stories and defining moments from several successful Australian women in export.

Read these case studies.

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

Zimbabwe Female Entrepreneurs Face Funding Challenges

When it comes to obtaining credit from financial institutions, the perception is quite dismal from Zimbabwe women entrepreneurs a recent survey shows.

Yet, according to the study “An Analysis of the Enabling Environment and Potential for Women’s Empowerment” by Dr. Charity Manyeruke on behalf of the Women Alliance of Business Associations in Zimbabwe (Wabaz), a significant segment of female entrepreneurs have not attempted to obtain funding from financial institutions.

The negative perception might be getting in the way of at least attempting to make things happen.  Even so, it’s still challenging to get funding.

•  Based on the study, 34 percent of the female entrepreneurs who undertook the survey consider obtaining credit from commercial banks as “very difficult.”

Learn more here.  Related article here.

Illustration credit:  Dr. Manyeruke’s book

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

When It Comes to Giving, Measure What Matters

When giving money, give to nonprofits that measure what matters to you.  That’s advice from Mary Ellen Iskenderian (pictured), President and CEO, Women’s World Banking.

Watch video here:  big think interview

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

Women Are Essential to the Revival of the U.S. Economy

As Kay Koplovitz (pictured) points out:

Women hold 80 % the purchasing power for consumer goods in the U.S., a sector accounting for a critical 70% of the U.S. economy. So we already know that women are essential to the revival of the U.S. economy.

Women are also a rising powerhouse in building the economy as founders of high growth companies.  Find out why by reading the entire article:

Women:  The Emerging Market in High Growth Businesses

Illustration credit here.

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney


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