Global Entrepreneurship Monitor

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New women entrepreneurs could add $12 billion to South Africa's economy

Women entrepreneurs who want to start their own businesses in South Africa have the potential to boost the country's economy by approximately $12 billion (R175 billion). This is according to new research released by Facebook titled "Potential future levels of female business entrepreneurship in SA." ![Women Entrepreneurship South

Afrikan entrepreneurs most likely to start necessity-driven businesses according to this report

A newly published report by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM)suggests that most entrepreneurs start their businesses out of opportunity and not necessity. According to the GEM 2017/18 Report, 74% of entrepreneurs globally start businesses to pursue opportunities. The GEM report is in its 19th year and 2018 saw