Sisters do it for themselves in start-ups
Recently we celebrated the United Nation’s Small and Medium Enterprise Day. Not surprisingly the evolution of “womenpreneurs” was identified as one of the Top 10 trends of the year.
In Australia, female entrepreneurship is also an emerging trend with women-owned, women led enterprises increasing at a faster rate than male-owned businesses, according to small business and family enterprise ombudsman Bruce Billson.
In Australia, approximately 38 percent of small businesses are owned by women and I’m sure this percentage will keep growing.
In 2019, of the 171,000 new businesses set-up in Australia, two-thirds were led by women.
Ankalia is my business which I set-up in 2014 (7 years ago) and we are 100% female owned and 100% female operated, as well as 100% Australian owned and operated.
I’ve met many ‘womenpreneurs” over the last 7 years and I hope to keep meeting many more in the future.
If you have any questions about starting your own business I would be happy to help. Send me an email to email@example.com
Lots of love,