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My recommendation to start out a enterprise and be courageous!

Today is International Women's Day and this year's topic is "Make it possible".

This message can apply to a million different things, but I want to shed light on female entrepreneurship.

  1. 17% of entrepreneurs are women (the number is much higher in the United States).
  2. Men are twice as likely to do business as women.
  3. If Britain could achieve the same level of female entrepreneurship as the United States, Britain would gain three-quarters of a million more companies.

The vast majority of our companies are owned and run by men. And this is largely attributed to a small word – trust .

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<p> London Business School research suggests fear of failure is preventing a third of women from starting a business. </p>
<p> Of course, other factors such as motherhood must also be taken into account. Women will always have a difficult decision about when to interrupt their careers to have children. </p>
<p> This justifies an own blog post, but to be clear, children don't have to hold women back. </p>
<p> I had my first child in five years when I was running Pai, and it is probably easier if you have your own company than if you work for another. </p>
<p> I build my working day around my child. I love my family, but I also love my business and I juggle a lot so I can take care of both. </p>
<p> It is the life that I have chosen and it is the life that I want. </p>
<p> For all those women who are thinking about starting a business. I say: make it possible. </p>
<p> The first step is the hardest part. Then take each day as it comes and look at each challenge along the way in isolation – not together as a giant storm cloud on the horizon. </p>
<p> Women worry about things before they happen. Men don't. My father always said, "Well, let's cross that bridge when it happens, but we're not there yet." </p>
<p> Later this month, I will be working with a mentoring program called Founders4Schools – an organization that invites business founders to school to inspire students to start their own business. </p>
<p> I would like to encourage girls to explore science, technology and technology subjects at school to have a career in manufacturing. </p>
<p> It's an extremely diverse and misunderstood industry, but it's also the <strong> ultimate </strong> creative industry. You design a product idea and then create it. What could be more satisfying than that? </p>
<p> I will never forget when I had my first Pai products bottled, packaged and ready for sale in my hot hands for the first time. This memory will stay with me forever. </p>
<p> Think big, dream big and believe in yourself. Be brave. #MakeItHappen </p>
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