As women in business, we united, standing side by side, confronting a vast and significant inequality. Rather than feeling overwhelmed, this disparity ignited a fire within us. It sparked our collective determination to drive change and bridge this gap. This is the continuation of many stories, coming together because of raw determination and shared vision. And we're still writing it.
We are three dynamic women, each with a unique background, education, and work experience. Our individual paths led us to unite, forming a powerful combination of diverse insights and a shared ambition for equality and empowerment. Together, we're doing more than just leading a team; we're igniting a movement that inspires women everywhere to aspire, achieve, lead, and WIN in the business.
Our Values are centered on being Intentional and Aware. We believe in our potential and emphasize understanding the social and economic factors that shape women's experiences in business. We recognize the critical role of technology in driving business growth under our leadership. Additionally, we advocate for financial literacy as a key standard for business success.
Oh, look at women "making strides" in entrepreneurship with a whopping 12.9 million U.S. businesses to their name. And the best part? A stunning 89% of these "impressive" ventures are solo. Because nothing screams "scalability" like juggling a business single-handedly, right?
Despite the "challenges" they face, women-owned businesses are supposedly making a "substantial" economic contribution. They manage to scrape together a total of $1.8 trillion, a "whopping" 4.3% of private sector revenue. But here's the kicker: a significant 88% of these businesses generate less than $100,000 annually. Now doesn't that just scream success? Clearly, thriving enterprises need less exposure coin and more real coin!
It's indeed "fascinating" that 64% of women business owners launched their ventures not out of ambition, but necessity. Furthermore, for 62% of these supposedly "flourishing" entrepreneurs, their business serves as their main income source. Because, of course, everyone dreams of placing all their financial hopes in one volatile venture, right? These figures certainly highlight the "critical" role entrepreneurship supposedly plays in offering economic "stability" and "independence" to women nationwide.
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