Dealscape: Getting the balance right for women in business
Last year, just 12 of the Fortune 500 companies had a female chief executive, highlighting the low level of women represented at senior levels of the world's largest companies.
Last year, just 12 of the Fortune 500 companies had a female chief executive, highlighting a disproportionately low level of women represented at senior levels of the world's largest companies.
This pattern of lower female representation is reflected throughout the business world.
The latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor for Ireland, released this week, confirmed that Irish men were more likely to be early stage entrepreneurs than Irish women by a ratio of 2.5 to one.
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