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Promoting Women Entrepreneurs in Mexico Report

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2021
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2021
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This report presents the results of various experimental studies that try to address, from different perspectives, the challenges of supporting the growth and profitability of women entrepreneurs. In Mexico, women tend to be overrepresented in the category of microentrepreneurs, who often have limited access to productive resources and networks. The report addresses two fundamental issues. First, it addresses the issue of how to improve performance and profitability. The second issue focuses on the drivers and the implications of sectoral barriers to women entrepreneurs. For each one of these interventions, the report examines their cost-effectiveness and return on investment (ROI). Both programs exhibit high ROI. Based on the findings, this report concludes that both programs should be available as part of a larger portfolio of interventions to support women with small enterprises.
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World Bank. 2021. Promoting Women Entrepreneurs in Mexico Report. © Washington, DC. http://hdl.handle.net/10986/37323 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.
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