In just two generations, women have gone from owning 5% of businesses in 1972 to 38% of businesses . In 2016, 11.3 million women-owned businesses generated $1.6 trillion in revenue employing 9 million people, according to American Express OPEN 2016 State of Women-owned Businesses.
"We've come a long way, baby."
But, we dramatically lag men in the size of our businesses.
A typical women-owned business generates one-fifth the revenue of its male counterpart. Women-owned businesses account for only 8% of employment while men account for 35%.
However - importantly - employment in...
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