More Women Spearheading Social Enterprises


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A new research, RBS Women in Enterprise report, indicates that some female traits and experiences may be the core essence in women's choices to become social entrepreneurs.

Social enterprise appeals to the way women want to do business, aiding them in recognizing and addressing barriers that may still be holding women back.


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