How women entrepreneurs use technology

03/27/2013 | Small Business Computing

A survey commissioned by Microsoft has uncovered differences in how new and established women entrepreneurs view technology. Eighty percent of new entrepreneurs -- those who have been in business for five years or fewer -- say technology is essential for launching a new company; only 53% of established entrepreneurs agree. Among all women entrepreneurs surveyed, 40% said they worked from home for a better work-life balance.

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