Opinion

Entrepreneurship is risky. Most entrepreneurs when they start out, are told time and time again that most business fail in the first 3 years. They are told it takes most of your waking hours to create a business, non stop motivation and a bit of insanity. Many entrepreneurs consider the option of getting involved in a trialled and true method of entrepreneurship, that is less risky, and with a clear plan and proved demand - sales cycle.
Is the world still poised towards men in an entrepreneurship role. Are the concessions for women in business evening the playing field?