7 Incredible Facts About Women Owned Businesses


The business sector is no longer home to men competing for the top spot. Women who are empowered have also made a dent in the once-purely testosterone-fuelled industry. In fact, it is already not uncommon that women have begun building their own names and business. Also, some have even reached the summit and became CEOs, COOs, and other top executives.

It is amazing and inspiring to read some fun facts regarding the status of women running their own business in the US. The educational services sector, health care and social assistance sector, and entertainment/recreation sector are the top three growing industries where women have already built their business successfully.

In fact, Florida, Georgia, and Texas are the top three fastest-growing states where women have dominated the male sector in terms of owning their own business. However, the greatest number of women who own their firms can be found in Texas, California, Florida, New York, and Georgia. The statistics don’t lie. Women are driven to pursue their dreams and topple the old notion of being only second-class citizens. They are as capable as men in given any sector.

You will be further encouraged once you view our eye-catching infographic that we have created below. It showcases additional facts about women running their own firms and succeeding at it too. The data below provides a bigger picture at the dent women have made in the business sector.

Become inspired and motivated to also succeed in this sector by viewing the well-put graphic below.

7 Incredible Facts About Women Owned Businesses


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