Highlighting women's achievements makes them want to be the boss

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Highlighting female achievements in the workplace makes capable women significantly more likely to want to be the boss, a study shows

Women-only business groups marginalize and fail to empower members

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Women-only business networks fail to boost female entrepreneurship and instead serve to marginalize further the very people they seek to help

Unpaid women's work is actually a real job

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Household and care work has been performed especially by women. This work takes most of the women's time a day, but as it is unpaid, it doesn't let women be economically autonomous.

Here are five business trends for 2020

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This trends may result interesting for you if you are trying to start a business in 2020

Gender discrimination holding women back in veterinary practice

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Women face discrimination and occupy fewer places in the higher reaches of the veterinary profession, even as they begin to outnumber men in the field

Location matters for home-based female entrepreneurs

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Study shows ground floor-based businesswomen doubled their income, narrowed the gender earnings gap by more than half

Want to add trillions to the global economy? Back female founders

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Increasing support for female entrepreneurs could boost the global economy by trillions of dollars

Digital marketing: women, their footprint and impact on major brands

Women show that they generate more and more impact and open spaces in the sectors related to marketing and the digital economy

Venture capital: the biggest gender gap in business

Of all the risk capital raised in 2018, only 2.2% went to companies led by women

Fortune 500 companies: they are their female CEOs

The Fortune 500 list revealed that only 24 women are among the CEOs of the companies. Who are they? In what fields do they work?

Meet Karren Brady: the football 'First Lady'

Executive, activist and television personality, Brady is one of the most influential women in the football business

Identifiers for women's companies: a worthy strategy for Latin America

In the United States there is already more than one way of knowing what businesses belong to women, being this a help to support other women who, together, can make a difference
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