Women Empowerment Is the Key to Country’s Growth

According to the report “Shrinking the Gender Pay Gap,” supported by JPMorgan Chase & Co, four of 10 families depend on a woman as a primary breadwinner in the United States. However, a persistent gender wage gap is disturbing the ability of many women to get ahead financially. Because such genders pay gap is crucial and emphasis more in the social environment, women’s empowerment has become more significant and discussed in development and economics.

Since this fact impacts on how women advance at work, promoting yourself, speaking up in the workplace, and building confidence are the key to success for female entrepreneurs, leads to sustainable economic growth in each country.

 

5 most Powerful Businesswomen In a Fashion Industry

 

Photo: Brigitte Lacombe, courtesy of Tory Burch.

Tory Burch

CEO & Designer, Tory Burch | New York, NY

“I like being behind the scene.”

 


 

Photo: Patrick Demarchelier

Delphine Arnault

VP & Director,  Louis Vuitton | France

“Louis Vuitton has a long history with collaborations.”

 


 

Photo: Forbes

Sara Blakely

Founder, Spanx | Atlanta, Georgia

“Trust your gut.”

 

Sara Blakely of SPANX Speaks at The Edge Connection–Atlanta, GA


 

Photo: Mary McCartney

Angela Ahrendts

Former CEO of Burberry, joined Apple in 2014 |   California

“I work through teams. It’s the only way I know how to work.”

 

The Power of Human Energy: Angela Ahrendts at TEDxHollywood 


 

Photo: Courtesy of the Chicago Tribune

Natalie Massenet

CEO, Founder, Net-a-Porter |   London, England

“If you want success, be unique.”

 


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