According to a survey, women own four out of ten businesses in the United States. This number has increased by 114% during the last twenty years. We've seen some incredible women entrepreneurs that have run great businesses and made sure they were financially sound throughout their journeys.
However, many have faced quite a few challenges in their entrepreneurial experiences as women, especially during Covid-19. In one of its latest studies, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has revealed that women-owned businesses have suffered much during the pandemic in such a way that the overall health has deteriorated from 60 to 47% in July 2020. Lack of funds and saturation in the market has resulted in an economic crisis in the current scenario.
My mission is to make sure you recover from these setbacks as soon as possible and have all the necessary information to kick off a remarkable year!
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The global economy has been in a bit of a tailspin ever since the novel coronavirus started spreading its tentacles around the world. Countless businesses have taken a hit. And while recovery efforts are in full swing as we approach the first anniversary of the emergence of COVID-19, it would be a while before everything is back to normal.
However, some sectors are thriving in the current climate as well. The most obvious one being pharmaceuticals. Others include ed-tech, logistics, consumer goods, network marketing (MLM), etc. It’s this last segment that has grown a fair bit since the onset of the pandemic, particularly in the United States.
COVID-19: A Blessing in Disguise for network marketers?
Worth more than $35 billion today, the network marketing industry is evolving quite rapidly. This is largely due to the Internet, social media, and online forums that brands now have access to wider audiences. Compared to the past when door-to-door sales used to be the...
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