Study: More Women Starting New Businesses

QBS President/CEO Pamela Evette weighs in on the growing trend of women starting new businesses. 

Study: Women starting more new businesses

Published May 17, 2016 in GSA Business Report – By Matthew Clark mclark@scbiznews.com

Over the last nine years, women have been starting new businesses at a much more rapid clip than the previous two decades, according to a survey by American Express.

The 2016 State of Women-Owned Business Report said the number of women-owned businesses have increased by 42% between 2007 and 2016. Women start 1,072 new businesses each day. Those women-owned businesses now employ nearly 9 million and have generated nearly $1.6 trillion in revenue during that same nine-year span.

 

Original Article can be found here: http://gsabusiness.com/news/57638-study-women-starting-more-new-businesses

PDF of article can be found here: GSA Business: Women Starting More Businesses