The lack of mentors or extensive networking makes it hard for businesswomen to grow their companies in Latin America, according to a study by the Multilateral Investment Fund, or FOMIN, a unit of the Inter-American Development Bank.
“The study shows that 46 percent of female entrepreneurs in Latin America have no mentors, and both mentors and role models are key to the growth process,” FOMIN’s Susana Garcia-Robles told Efe Monday.
“The study shows that 46 percent of female entrepreneurs in Latin America have no mentors”
FOMIN’s Susana Garcia-Robles
The survey, which interviewed entrepreneurs in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, Uruguay and Jamaica, notes that studying …