National and Regional Women Entrepreneurs’ Networks
Women Entrepreneurship tends to become worldwide a driving force both in terms of number and gross revenues, playing an increasing role in the process of wealth creation and innovation. The dynamic networking phenomenon is helping to strengthen female entrepreneurship’s positive impact. The network can offer psychological, managerial and financial support by providing information, innovative and adapted consultancy and technical assistance to women entrepreneurs and aspiring ones. This paper outlines the main forms of networking and their impact, both at national and regional level, as instruments of economic development and as a response to business women’s need of dealing with a highly complex and fluid environment.
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- Dianne Welsh & Mariana Dragusin, 2006. "Women-Entrepreneurs: A Dynamic Force Of Small Business Sector," The AMFITEATRU ECONOMIC journal, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 8(20), pages 60-68, June.
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