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TYPES OF ENTREPRENEURIAL BUSINESSES

Introduction:

Entrepreneurship isn’t just running a business; rather, it is a name given to anything done with intentions of changing the world. An entrepreneur is a world-changer, an innovator, and an opportunist. Now you might be wondering what entrepreneurship is? Let us explain to you in a little more detail!

Entrepreneurship is launching, developing, and running a business venture along with its financial risk. Such business ventures are valuable for economic development as it allows a country to expand its businesses and resources in the global market.

However, most people perceive entrepreneurship as one dimensional, and they do not think about their various types. Today, we have decided to clear this confusion for you and explain different types of entrepreneurial businesses.

Types of Entrepreneurial Businesses:

Small Business Entrepreneurship:

In today’s growing world, it is common to see that more small businesses are running than more prominent companies....

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STATS OF BLACK WOMEN IN FINANCE

Black females are working successfully around the globe in the financial field, despite racism challenges. Women-owned businesses are low in the market, and black women commonly face a lack of venture capital funding and access to loans. American Express reported that the ratio of women of color from 2018-19 is increased in women-owned businesses. During a similar period, black women entrepreneurs experienced a high growth rate in the financial industry than any other group. Many black women experts in the business are breaking barriers by serving as a role model for women from every walk. Also, they are the motivation for others to meet their financial goals.   

There has been enough to talk about the significance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace when it comes to the financial field. In 2016, black American families had 10 cents to the dollar of a white counterpart, on average. On the contrary, women earned 32 cents on the dollar as compared to men....

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