We provide a curated list of credible websites and statistical sources that shows awareness to build a female-majority engagement
Women own 4 out of every 10 businesses in the U.S.
Women-owned businesses generate $1.8 trillion revenue. (Note, this is just 4.3% of the total private sector revenue.)
Businesses owned by women of color grew by 163% between 2007 and 2018.
25% of women were likely to seek financing for their business, compared to 34% of male entrepreneurs. More women use credit cards, while more men use equity investors.
Industries with the highest growth rates in terms of number of women-owned businesses include utilities (151% growth), other services - salons, pet care, and other similar types of businesses. (126%), construction (94%), accommodations and food services (85%), and administrative, support and waste management services (70%).
About 42% of the women surveyed are also currently using or exploring the use of one advanced technology
For more in-depth information and statistics, please read the:
State of Women-Owned Businesses report, commissioned by American Express
The Megaphone of Main Street: Women’s Entrepreneurship, Spring 2018
2018 Bank of America Women. Business Owner Spotlight