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Think BIG While Doing the Small Things

Listen up women entrepreneurs based in India. Weatwork.In, a knowledge hub for women entrepreneurs aiming to move up to the next level in her entrepreneurship venture, has been launched to increase awareness about relevant areas of entrepreneurship that also gives details of options that exist both in domestic as well as global front.

“It is our endeavour to support women who are looking at starting an entrepreneurship venture that in is line with their abilities, interests and skills,” we@work Founder Ruby Sinha said.

Weatwork quotes Alvin Toffler:  “You’ve got to think about big things while you’re doing small things, so that all the small things go in the right direction.”

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Think Big, Be BOLD, and Go Global

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What helps women entrepreneurs globally scale their businesses?  It takes more than merely overcoming obstacles.  It takes certain behaviors such as thinking big, being bold, building a public profile, and evaluating financing for expansion, to name just a few.  Sound simple?  EY, a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, didn’t think so.

As a result, they embarked on a study to test which of these behaviors are being practiced by women entrepreneurs in Asia-Pacific — and which might be absent, hampering their progress.

The report below sets out their findings.

What helps women entrepreneurs globally scale their businesses?
[Asia-Pacific 2016]

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Screenshot courtesy:  EY.com

Women’s Work Is An Extension of How They See The World

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According to Grace Segran’s “Women social entrepreneurs driven by impact rather than scale,” women tend to be more nurturing and view their work as an extension of how they see the world.

Many women are turning to social entrepreneurship because they tend to work more with their hearts, says American serial social entrepreneur and Ashoka Fellow Christina Jordan.

The article also mentions how women tend to be limited with their thinking – not thinking big enough or about success.

Read the entire article: Women social entrepreneurs driven by impact rather than scale

Photo courtesy:  Wil Kristin

Posted by :  Laurel Delaney


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