Babson Thought & Action 10 Sep, 2020
Women entrepreneurs have long faced difficulties in gaining access to capital and balancing career and family. These obstacles have only been exacerbated by the pandemic, according to new findings from Babson’s Diana International Research Institute.
In a recent four-part survey, the institute researched challenges women entrepreneurs face as a result of COVID-19. And, though the results trace a ripple effect of declining revenue for women-owned businesses to issues with work-life balance and support.