Unlocking the Growth Potential of Women Entrepreneurs in Latin America and the Caribbean
Who are the region’s high-growth women entrepreneurs and what motivates them?
This study was commissioned by the MIF and produced by Ernst & Young. It analyzes the profiles, challenges and needs of high-growth women entrepreneurs in nine countries in the region. High-growth women entrepreneurs are defined as women entrepreneurs whose businesses have experienced growth rates of more than 20% for at least three years.
Press release: Who are the region’s high-growth women entrepreneurs and what motivates them?
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Please see also the MIF's WEVentureScope for further information on the enabling environment of women entrepreneurs in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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