Unfortunately, many common misconceptions Raster to Vector Conversion about women's place (and ability to succeed) in business still exist today. Luckily for us, when it comes to myths, common misconceptions, stereotypes, you Raster to Vector Conversion name it, SCORE's Spring 2018 “Main Street Bullhorn” data report on women-owned businesses is here. to set the record straight. After checking out the report, we decided to dive deep Raster to Vector Conversion into the points we hear most frequently, the ones most of us have been conditioned to accept as fact, and provide you with real data and examples to rewrite the story.
Here is the short list: Men are more likely to Raster to Vector Conversion start their own business Women-owned businesses are mostly 'lifestyle' businesses Male-owned businesses generate more revenue Businesses owned Raster to Vector Conversion by women and men face the same level of difficulty obtaining financing Male-owned businesses feel more confident in the success of their business With that, let's toss those myths and acknowledge Raster to Vector Conversion the tools and traits that successful entrepreneurs actually possess. (Hint: you won't find gender on the list.)
MYTH: Entrepreneurs are virtually all men because Raster to Vector Conversion men are more likely to start their own business Nope! According to the Main Street Megaphone, women are more likely than men to start a business, with 47% of women compared to 44% of men saying yes to starting a business last year. And that number Raster to Vector Conversion is on the rise, increasing by 45% over the past 10 years. Let's see how this translates in real life. Here's a (very) short list of companies you may have heard of with badass women at the helm: IBM,