Tag Archives: Gender-GEDI

Fostering growth oriented female entrepreneurship development in East Asia

Can the conditions be improved to allow for more high potential female entrepreneurs in East Asia? Overwhelmingly the answer is yes! According to the 2014 Gender-Global Entrepreneurship and Development (GEDI) Index East Asian countries are concentrated in the ‘moderate ranking’ … Continue reading

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Can a Man be President?

In 2000, Tarja Halonen became the first female president of Finland and was reelected 3 times serving a total of 12 years. She was very popular and enjoyed high approval ratings. At the end of her term, some Finnish schoolchildren … Continue reading

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The power to dream, start and scale!

Over 100 highly successful female entrepreneurs from around the world converged in Austin Texas this past week for Dell’s DWEN event– a special opportunity for high powered female entrepreneurs to network, share experiences and do business with one another.  This … Continue reading

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Let’s make it Win/Win for all: Rethinking female tech startups

One of the weakest areas for high potential female entrepreneurship development are the low levels of female startups in the tech sector . In our 17 country Gender-GEDI pilot study sponsored by Dell, the average percentage of female startups in … Continue reading

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