As the capital city of the largest economy in Southeast Asia, Jakarta serves as an attractive landing pad for entrepreneurs from neighboring countries and home
Here Francine Pickup and David Soukhasing explain why the UN must team up with the financial sector and outline what UN policies need to change.
To complement ANGIN’s research with Sasakawa Peace Foundation on the effectiveness of startup assistance organization, ANGIN team organized a discussion last Thursday (01/012 at Kantorkuu Coworking Space, Jakarta.
To complement ANGIN’s research with Sasakawa Peace Foundation on the effectiveness of startup assistance organization, ANGIN team organized two discussions last Wednesday (17/01) at Kantorkuu Coworking Space, Jakarta.
From UNESCAP report titled “Fostering Women’s Entrepreneurship in ASEAN: Transforming Prospects, Transforming Societies”, we can gather and compare the profile of women entrepreneurs from several ASEAN countries.
The world today believes that supporting women entrepreneurs is vital for economic growth. As economic opportunities increase, unprecedented numbers of women are entering the world of business and entrepreneurship.
Suzanne Biegel published a report that maps private equity and debt funds with a gender lens globally
Despite all the challenges they face, more women-owned businesses are highly profitable compared to their counterparts.