New Zealand currently has more women than ever in business and they are having a significant impact on the economy — earning more and employing more staff.
According to the latest MYOB Business Monitor, a survey of over 1,000+ SMEs, 41% of small and medium businesses in New Zealand are owned and operated by women.
MYOB national manager, enterprise division, Allison Fairkettle, says although females are still outnumbered by men in terms of business ownership, the increase of women in business is incredibly positive.
“Three years ago, only 37% of SMEs were owned by women, so it’s great to see that a growing number of women are running their own businesses. Read more »