Women own more and more small and mid-sized businesses, but women-owned businesses still struggle to make up a “revenue gap” when compared to businesses owned by men. In 2015, the average annual revenue for women-owned businesses was just $142,804, which is $86,311 lower than the annual revenue of firms owned by men ($229,115). What this means is we still have some glass ceilings to shatter.
Article source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/centurylink/2016/10/26/follow-the-money-how-women-owned-businesses-can-get-ahead/#62847079361a
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