India has become one of the most fertile environments for women according to a recent Dell Women’s Global Entrepreneurship study.
The study, commissioned by Dell, was conducted across women entrepreneurs in the United States, United Kingdom and India, and revealed that 71 percent of women entrepreneurs in India have a branding in the market for their businesses. Eight in every 10 are hiring, indicating an expansion spree in their individual businesses as well as an increase in employment opportunities.
The study also found that women entrepreneurs in India expect 90 percent growth in their businesses over the next five years, compared to 24 percent and 50 percent growth expected by entrepreneurs in the United Kingdom and United States, respectively.
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