Entrepreneurship was once considered a man's domain, but women are changing that. More firms in the United States are owned by women than ever before in history, but the gender gap is still largely apparent. With only 6.4% of the United States biggest companies (by revenue) run by women, there is a clear uphill nattle for females targeting entrepreneurship.
What are some of the challenges?
Gender discrimination and stereotyping, dual career-family pressures, lack of equal opportunities in certain industries, missing support network/mentorship and defying social expectations.