The Center for Women in Business is pleased to present our latest research highlighting the growing impact of women entrepreneurs and small business owners on the American economy. We look at how women like Fulton, Ambrose-Burbank, and Brown are reshaping the entrepreneurial landscape. In particular, we examine the “1099 economy” and the women who have started their own micro-enterprises either out of choice or necessity. The research also provides powerful examples of systems and programs that encourage and support women’s business initiatives in communities around the United States.
Though this report is a mere snapshot of what is going on in our nation, we are sure you will agree that women are impacting how business gets done in America.
Research provided by The Center for Women in Business, a project of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Campaign for Free Enterprise.