TITLE

A CHARACTERISTIC MODEL OF SUCCESSFUL WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN THE UK

AUTHOR(S)
Quader, Mohammed Shahedul
PUB. DATE
April 2012
SOURCE
Journal of Services Research;Apr-Sep2012, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p89
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The United Kingdom currently ranks at the bottom of the list compared to other high income countries with it's percentages of female entrepreneurs. Because of this it loses out on valuable turnover and employment. The overall conclusion on the matter is that there is an overwhelming fear of failure by UK women. To counter this significant resources have been put in the market to encourage women to start their own companies. However all these resources focus on the first, six to eighteen months of start up and do not offer information on the resources needed to grow and sustain businesses. By introducing women with ways to be successful entrepreneur in the United Kingdom, this paper can provide them with the confidence they need to start, grow, and sustain a new venture.
ACCESSION #
75499297

 

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