All small businesses that make it big have one thing in common – humble beginnings. Every business faces unique challenges & opportunities that lead them to failure and eventually, success. In case of MSMEs, they’re the backbone of many developing economies, contributing to as much as 35% of the GDP. Although 31% of small businesses in the US are owned by women entrepreneurs, in South Asia, this number is not nearly as impressive. But thanks to the grit, determination and the desire to break the glass ceiling amidst the patriarchal society, the leading women of the modern Asia are making the most of the opportunities on a global scale.
Tag: case studies
The rise of Garciarr in such a short span of time makes for a great research subject. In Mafezzoni’s case, the decision to capitalize on the surging demand of processed wood, coupled with his established contacts in resource-rich Colombia paved the way. But that’s not all that contributed to such early success.