Meet wegg® board member Susan Meyer.
The U.S. has been ranked the best country for fostering women entrepreneurs.
A new generation of female entrepreneurs are starting businesses in South Korea due to glass ceilings in a conservative country’s biggest companies. Frustrated in their climb up the corporate ladder in a male-dominated business culture, they choose to find another way up.
Thanks to the startup Nata Pura, the Pastel de Nata has become a lucrative international trend.
The fast fashion giants of the U.S. and Europe hurt the sustainable practices of women artisans in Guatemala.
While Solange Nisingizwe was on vacation, she designed clothes for herself. When she returned to Switzerland, she met so many people who admired her outfits and were asking where they could get similar designs that she began making them on a small scale until the number grew.
In 2019, wegg® wants to help all women entrepreneurs, from the seasoned to the aspiring, achieve their business ambitions. We can help you go global, and assist with the obstacles that usually prevent women from reaching their full business potential.
What are some of the barriers women face when trying to start an entrepreneurial career,
Three trailblazing Australian entrepreneurs — Samantha Wills, Emma Isaacs and Lizzy Abegg — have built global businesses from the ground up. Do they have something you don’t? Highly unlikely. What they discovered in their global journey is this:
We just have to refuse to buy into the stories we tell ourselves about why we can’t,
Everyone knows the classic adage, “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.”
But wegg® knows, “Give a woman a fish, and you feed her for a day.
In Michelle Martin’s recent Forbes article, “How Mastercard Could Close A $300 Billion Credit Gap For Women Entrepreneurs,” she reports,
“As of 2017, 70% of women-owned MSMEs [micro, small and medium-sized enterprises] in the developing world lack access to adequate financing,