Women Entrepreneur Barometer | Veuve Clicquot

Veuve Clicquot Women Entrepreneurship Barometer

For the first time, Maison Veuve Clicquot unveils an international barometer that maps out the current state of female entrepreneurship: common prejudices, mental and structural barriers to be overcome, and how to get beyond them.

In France, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Japan and Hong Kong, 80 per cent of female entrepreneurs believe that in order to succeed, they need the support of a network of female entrepreneurs.

The findings are unequivocal: while women attach more importance than men to being their own boss (72 per cent vs 65 per cent), in France only 28 per cent of women wish to become entrepreneurs. Social constructs are cited as deterrents to women’s ambitions.


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