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New business start-ups have been largely dominated by men in the past, but a recent survey conducted by HSBC has highlighted a shift in the male/female ratio. The Essence of Enterprise report found that female entrepreneurs make up 59 per cent of UK entrepreneurs under the age of thirty-five.
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Useful information for women thinking of starting their own business. Women want to call the shots by running their own business. They're recognising that being their own boss gives them control and allows them to balance their work and family life. Mothers often tear their hair out trying to balance earning a living with bringing up their children, and need more flexibility from their work. Setting up their own business can be the solution...
More and more women are setting up their own business. Women are voting with their feet and setting up their own businesses to get more flexibility between work and family life, according to a urvey of female entrepreneurs.
Starting a new your own business may mean that you have to make arrangements for someone to look after the children. Using friends or relatives is the obvious first choice, but what other alternatives are there?