The women-led startups smashing the glass ceiling
Our reports on serial entrepreneurship and women entrepreneurs are mentioned in the latest installment of a Guardian mini-series inspired by the CFE’s research.
“What’s the appeal of entrepreneurship? Personally, it’s freedom. I don’t have to be at work at 9am or take lunch at 1pm. I can opt out of the things I don’t like,” says Natalie Campbell, serial entrepreneur and co-founder of consultancy A Very Good Company.
Enjoying serial success in her early 30s, Campbell is among a successful cohort of women serial entrepreneurs – 38% of serial entrepreneurs under 35 are female, according to a report from Coutts and the Centre for Entrepreneurs.
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