Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Canada
A third of the world’s entrepreneurial activity is driven by women. With the mass movement of people now commonplace, the role of female entrepreneurs in immigrant communities has become an increasingly important component of the world economy, its productivity, and the struggle against poverty. Throwing light on the dynamics of entrepreneurship generally, and on immigrant and female entrepreneurship in particular, projects similar to the global Female Immigrant Entrepreneurship (FIE) are part of huge and exciting researchs undertaking retiring boomers that will create immigrant opportunities.
More than 500,000 Canadian small-business owners are planning to retire over the next five years, and aspiring entrepreneurs with start-up cash stand to benefit
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