Brilliant women, you open the door of the work. The challange of industry 4.0
Women more capable than men to read the needs of the market and to exploit their opportunities. They are the ladies of Italian companies, at the top especially in start-ups, to mark the 19.2% of female presences in entrepreneurship 4.0
More courage, more resourcefulness, the ability to cope with risky situations: Women managers are more present in start-ups dealing with biotechnology, less in those that develop software: encouraging students to head to faculty Purely masculine as an engineering, could help heal this gap.
Even the giants of the web are not indifferent to the climbing of the ladies: Apple is promoting an initiative to reinforce and strengthen the female entrepreneurship, with the project entrepreneur Camp, where the sharing of knowledge and support Management is provided directly by the American Colossus.
The rock on which the projects of entrepreneurship in pink are stranded is often that of identifying the funds for new projects and the ability to find resources for the business: in 2017 only a little more than 2% of the funding has been directed to start up guided by women, compared with 79% finished in start up with male teams.
Italy is the mirror reflecting this discrasia: last year only a private investment in five had a feminine direction. Today the situation is rapidly evolving and the proportion of ladies in newborn societies has returned to rise.
A great sensibility, instinctive creativity and a concrete approach to the problems, together with the tenacity of gender: so women can today begin to be protagonists of the entrepreneurial world in apical roles that until a few years ago were reserved for only Men.
An important reversal of trend that marks the times and confers the measure of the value of women in managerial contexts: women able to reconcile the many private commitments-the care of children and the elderly-with professional duties, skilled in not being swagger and to maintain a balanced balance between family and work.