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The Centre for Women in Business based out of Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, says the pandemic has presented unique challenges for female entrepreneurs. Its executive director Tanya Priske says there are more than 23, women in Nova Scotia who identify as self-employed and about 73 per cent of them are solopreneurs - meaning they run their business alone. She says one of the principal issues with COVID government support, is the focus on small and medium sized enterprises, which excludes many female entrepreneurs who are more likely to be solopreneurs, or self-employed without employees but often with subcontractors. Every Thursday the Centre for Women in Business hosts an online conversation called Coffee Talk , to help connect rural women in business with each other. Home Local News Centre for Women in Business says COVID disproportionately impacts female entrepreneurs The Centre for Women in Business says government support focuses on small and medium sized enterprises, which excludes many female entrepreneurs who are more likely to be solopreneurs - meaning they run their business alone.
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