Women have contributed to our culture in many different ways. There are writers, educators, scientists, heads of state, politicians, civil rights crusaders, artists, entertainers, and others. Some were alive hundreds of years ago and some are living today. We've heard of some of them, while many more have been ignored by history book writers.
The proliferation of new businesses, and the growth of entrepreneurship, give rise to an increasing competition for capital, employees, and market and mind-share. Every womans business, in every sector, from start-up or early stage company through to mature companies, competes for resources and success with a great many other companies. Every company of any size must strive to be entrepreneurial in order to succeed in an increasing competitive marketplace. This competition begins with a compelling business strategy, proves itself in the venture's ability to execute such a strategy.
Percentage wise women have been more successful in business then men, mainly from the standpoint for the need to push themselves further and harder to become that success. History has placed women as underdogs and that has changed in redient decades to where women are a formadible adversary in the business ownership arena. And that is how history will be played from here on out.