Entrepreneurship is twice as hard for women

CEO and founder of Marutlulle and Co, Sizakele Marutlulle, says entrepreneurship is twice as hard for women because with the first question in their minds being how they are going to balance work and home life. She is one of 300 global thinkers and innovators who will be speaking at the Oxford Said Business School’s annual workshop titled Business Fights Poverty. Marutlille says there are big challenges for female entrepreneurs: “Lack of access to opportunity… access to markets, access to people who will bet on us without needing us to prove anything.”


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