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Mentorship to help women entrepreneurs

2021-10-15T17:22:34.253Z

Large corporations run programs to help women leaders grow their businesses. This is the great paradox of female entrepreneurship. Companies headed by women have a better rate of return - 32% more than those headed by men, according to the annual barometer of investment firm Women Equity Partners published last March. They also have a very good longevity since 60% are still in activity after three years of existence. However, too few women still dare to embark on the adven



This is the great paradox of female entrepreneurship.

Companies headed by women have a better rate of return - 32% more than those headed by men, according to the annual barometer of investment firm Women Equity Partners published last March.

They also have a very good longevity since 60% are still in activity after three years of existence.

However, too few women still dare to embark on the adventure.

According to the latest figures from INSEE, in 2018 only 35% of companies were headed by women.

A growing figure, but still too low.

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Since 2019, the France Mentoring Network has developed a specific support program for female managers who wish to develop their business and create jobs.

"They need to assume their ambition, and their empowerment, to gain self-confidence, and mentoring is the perfect tool for that",

notes Bénédicte Sanson, the co-founder and delegate.

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Source: lefigaro

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