xiii) hurdles facing female entrepreneur

Some hurdles that work against females becoming entrepreneurs

 - traditional attitudes around the gender roles in the family and society

"...Ingrained attitude and biases, often instilled in children through subtle message..."

Jo Horgan as quoted by Sally Patten 2019

 - limited access to capital, eg in 2018 of the $ 1 b. that was invested in Australian and New Zealand start-ups

"...$30 m. went to all-female teams across just five deals, while $630 m. went to all male teamswith..."

Jo Horgan as quoted by Sally Patten 2019

 - lack of meaningful networks

 

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