It comes to no surprise that women add a comforting and impactful touch in the workplace. They have the ability to bring together a team and exceed all expectations put in front of them. Even with their hard work, ambition, and dedication, women entrepreneurs raising funding sometimes get the short end of the stick when it comes to entrepreneurship. Yet, over 50% of workers would rather work for women lead companies.
Not to mention, more than 57% of business team members agree that gender-inclusive practices improve business outcomes. So why aren’t we accepting everyone, rather than judging off their gender? Sadly, females deal with gender biases more often than most think, especially when seeking leadership. Being a successful female entrepreneur means getting up after being knocked down countless times and standing up for what you deserve — your dreams. From building your network to having a consistent and over-achieving attitude to win over the untrusting, make your mark as a successful female entrepreneur.
Some people, like Kevin O’Leary off of Shark Tank, see the light in women entrepreneurs, seeking women entrepreneur talent to boost his profit gains. Out of the 40 companies, he’s invested in, 95% of women entrepreneurs have hit their goals compared to the 65% of businesses that are male-led.