Women Entrepreneurs: Drivers of Change

Women are the real architects of society. – Harriet Beecher Stowe

QNET Executive Chairperson Donna Imson with some of the women network leaders of QNET
QNET Executive Chairperson Donna Imson with some of the women network leaders of QNET

You’ve probably been seeing an even larger influx of posts about how amazing women are lately. Well, we’re here to join the party!

Throughout the years, we have seen plenty of proof that women are just as good in business as men. You can see this happening especially in businesses such as network marketing, where about 82% are women. This post lists some of the reasons why women are such natural network marketers, from their nurturing instinct that allow them to be very team-oriented to their ability to balance many aspects of their lives.

And just as networking marketing comes naturally to them because of what they can offer to the business, women also gravitate towards network marketing because how much the industry caters to what they want and need (and more).

Network marketing has opened a world of possibilities for women and given them the freedom to live their lives as they wish. Last year, QNET’s Executive Chairperson Donna Imson spoke about how it has been helping pave the way to gender equality and women empowerment everywhere. This year, as this Forbes article explains, we can expect that women will continue to rise higher and stand brighter in the spotlight as network marketers, business owners, and drivers of change for the world.

Happy Women’s Day!


One Comment Add yours

  1. bahmed halima says:

    bonne fête et bbonne contuniute

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