Three out of five new SMBs in Mexico are led by women, yet those businesses generate 44% less sales than the ones led by men. Through training in digital tools and skills sharing programs, women business owners are growing their businesses, shaping their communities, and helping Mexico prosper.
Growing women-owned businesses through digital opportunities
While women lead the majority of new small and medium-sized businesses, sales for women-owned businesses significantly lag behind businesses owned by men. Digital tools could help women’s businesses make a bigger economic impact.
Three out of five new SMBs in Mexico are led by women.
Women-owned businesses generate 44% less sales than the ones led by men.
45% of women entrepreneurs who are online are not leveraging digital tools to grow their business.
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