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Female entrepreneurs face many obstacles throughout their journeys. For female entrepreneurs to be successful, they need to move beyond the basic access to financial and human capital while still being able to tackle social and skill constraints they face every day. Studies based on capital, training, and gender interventions have shown that women entrepreneurs have a better chance for success when given access to the right tools.

It is no secret that women entrepreneurs face entirely different constraints than their male counterparts. Female owned businesses often lack access to financial and human capital, which can then impede the growth of a business. They usually have a different mindset and can be lacking in soft skills like leadership and employee development. …


Salome Ndunda

Salome Ndunda is a talented investment professional who is empowering sustainable African businesses using impact investing. Learn more

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