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Women-Owned Business Training Program

Women entrepreneurs have become a thriving part of the digital ecosystem with their steadily increasing presence in the world of small-business proprietorship. Taking a look at the NAWBO resources that details the Women Business Owner Statistics from Womenable/OPEN report commissioned by American Express; women-owned firms in US account for 31% of all privately owned businesses and contribute 12% of revenues. Furthermore, NAWBO throws light on growing number of women-led businesses and the national state of million dollar businesses in which one of five business firms with revenue of one million dollar or above is woman-owned.

Women Enterpreneurs Fuel Economic Growth Post-Recession

Over the past nine years, the rise in the number of women-owned businesses has become one of the biggest trends to impact the franchising world in America. Taking a lead in creating employment opportunities and maximizing company’s capital revenue, women entrepreneurs have been more successful in creating their absolute benchmark in the world out there. Nationally, the number of women-owned businesses continues to climb outpacing the national average higher by 30% of all US firms.
As per USA TODAY, CEO Mary Barra shakes up GM. Soon going to become the most influential CEO in the history of General Motors, Mary Bara today leads a company that she has digitally transformed to make it more responsive to its customers and more focused on pursuing radical new technologies for developing business. A vehicle manufacturer company going bankrupt successfully exited a huge unprofitable market under Mary Barra’s directions. The woman chair and CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra, repeated as Fortune‘s Most Powerful Woman 2015 and this woman-owned company is today ranked among the world’s top 10 innovative companies in automotive Industry.

VastEdge Woman-Owned Business Training Program

As more startups and small enterprises enter the global market, it poses challenges to the participating women entrepreneurs in growing their business and realizing their business goals. But the good news is that there are over 11.3 million women-owned businesses in the United States today, generating over $1.6 trillion in revenues and employing nearly 9 million people.( The 2016 American Express State of Women Owned Business Report).
Enhance your business skills and make your dream of becoming a successful entrepreneur come true. VastEdge Woman Business Training Program is aimed at providing counseling and training for woman-owned business to help women entrepreneurs start their new business, avoid mistakes and transform their business digitally to outperform in the global competition.