Female entrepreneurs are more likely to plan their business development than their male counterparts, according to female business network Everywoman. Research from Everywoman highlighted that 55% of female entrepreneurs work to a business plan, compared with only 34% of male entrepreneurs.
The survey also found that women are more likely to set profit targets than men: 47% of female entrepreneurs compared with 37% of men.
The research also found that 88% of women predict that their business will grow over the next five years, compared to 74% of men.
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