A woman-only angel investment group is being launched in Auckland and Wellington this month to boost the number of early-stage investors in New Zealand and provide more capital for - New Zealand Herald...
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When longtime entrepreneur and Columbia B-school adjunct professor Angela Lee founded 37 Angels, her eight-month-old angel network and initiative to train women to become investors, she began with a single stat.
According to a recent study from the National Federation of Independent Businesses called Small Business: Lessons from the Recession, in 2007 less than 4% of women-owned businesses used social media for business purposes.
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Women Unlimited are launching local ‘Business Clubs’ to assist the exploding numbers of Female-led enterprises; Founder Julie Hall says ‘we can’t wait for the Government or industry to help women in business ‘Go For Growth!
Women's entrepreneurship has hit a media tipping point. The question is: Is it just a passing media fad that will soon be a blip on the radar screen, or is it actually a real, fundamental economic force that's reshaping the world?
Title: 7 Reasons Why Women Make Great Entrepreneurs Study: Reasons Why Women Make Great entrepreneurs (Krizia De Verdier, Market Watch 2011) Finding: Women are starting entrepreneurial businesses 1.5 times more frequently in the U.S.
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