By Eva Eva on March 06, 2023 at 2:18 am
more women to take a decision and establish the second annual survey on global entrepreneurship; 72% of women He wants to open his own business. Of these women, 50% do not have their own business, while 22% already have one, but want to open another.
This survey reports Herbalife Nutrition and carried out by OnePoll, evaluated the ideas of 9 women in 15 countries and identified their main reasons, motivations and their possible challenges to start a new business. Making a business plan from scratch is not easy.
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What are the motivational factors that drive entrepreneurship? With this question, we sought to understand the tangible benefits that women think they can have to become entrepreneurs.
The main benefits were;
Potential to increase your income (54%)
Be your boss (52%)
· Have a flexible work schedule (45%)
· The ability to dedicate oneself to those who are passionate about (40%) and
More time with family (36%)
For most women, the entrepreneur is inspiring, meaningful and life-changing. Certainly, 45% of them considered that entrepreneurship it is an opportunity to “provide more positive role models for women”.
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That is, help posterity It is one of the main motivational reasons why women want to be entrepreneurs. Hey 80% of them looked They agree that they want to start their own business to be role models for girls and young women.
The most common challenges when starting a new business
Although for most women the desire to start a new business is paramount, the survey sought to learn about the risks, challenges and issues related to entrepreneurship. When asked what might prevent them from starting their own businesses, our respondents cited the following concerns;
Initial cost to open a business (52%)
Perceived reduced funding or market support (44%)
· Uncertain about the steps to start (24%)
Lack of education and training to open, manage and grow a business (19%).