According to a new report from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, which tracks entrepreneurial activity in 67 countries, women lead in entrepreneurship in seven countries.
Women entrepreneurship varies widely around the world, however. In Zambia, for example, 40 percent of women are engaged in entrepreneurial activity. In Pakistan, only 1 percent of women dare to start their own businesses.
Read the entire article: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor finds 126 million women entrepreneurs in 67 countries
Photo courtesy: Christian Dory (Note: Kuna or Cuna is the name of an indigenous people of Panama and Columbia).
Posted by: Laurel Delaney