New networks and better access to capital can help women entrepreneurs overcome the barriers they have encountered along their entrepreneurial path.
Since 2010, when President Barack Obama presided over the first Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Washington, D.C., it has expanded to a global event, subsequently hosted by the governments of Muslim majority nations, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and Morocco.
The lack of women entrepreneurs is not just a gender issue — it’s an economic issue.
Our new Entrepreneurship Policy Digest explores barriers to women entrepreneurs and offers five policy recommendations to address the gender gap.
Kauffman Foundation bloggers have written extensively about women entrepreneurs in-depth. Review this anthology of posts on the subject.
Kauffman researcher, Colin Tomkins-Bergh explores the innovative funding model: Peer Selection.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch looks at how startup culture can be more inclusive to women and parents.
Women entrepreneurs are essential for a healthy entrepreneurial ecosystem, and healthy economic growth. This post overviews 4 indicators for measuring a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem with regard to women.
A global not-for-profit organization that propels women’s full participation as entrepreneurs and leaders in high-growth businesses, fueling innovation and driving growth.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch highlights differences between non-profit and "traditional" entrepreneurs.
Kauffman researchers examine recent work by Sarah Thébaud on gender stereotypes in entrepreneurship.
New in 2015 from the Kauffman Foundation, the Kauffman Index: Startup Activity brings together the latest data available on entrepreneurial trends nationally, at the state level, and for the 40 largest metropolitan areas of the United States.
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