Women, Business and the Law 2016
This World Bank report measures and compares gender parity in 173 economies, using data about legal restrictions on women’s entrepreneurship and employment in order to inform policy discussions and promote research on the linkages between the law and women’s economic opportunities.
Westpac: NPS & Customer Experience
This presentation on the Net Promoter Score and how it’s impacted by customer experience in a bank was developed by Westpac for their 2015 Study Tour.
Maximizing a Major
This report by Fidelity Investments looks at the powerful potential and business opportunity of women, and how to engage them to build strong relationships.
This presentation was developed for the 2013 Study Tour on Westpac’s diversity and inclusion efforts and approach.
Westpac’s Women’s Market Report
This report offers proprietary research commissioned by Westpac of 1,500 individuals on techonology, workplace issues and opinions about the future.
Women Want More from Their Bank
Standard Chartered prepared this presentation for use at its Bangladesh Consumer Banking Academy but it has relevance to every market. Excellent detailed discussion of the female economy and the business case for serving it, of women’s current state of satisfaction with the financial services industry (low) and concrete, actionable tactics for addressing this market.
Women, Business and the Law: Removing Barriers to Economic Inclusion
This World Bank report measures and compares gender parity in 141 economies via legal differentiations on the basis of gender, covering six areas: accessing institutions, using property, getting a job, providing incentives to work, building credit and going to court.
Women Entrepreneurs 2014: Bridging the Gender Gap in Venture Capital
This report by Babson College found that contrary to existing perceptions, many fundable women entrepreneurs had the requisite skills and experience to lead high-growth ventures. Nonetheless, women were consistently left out of the networks of growth capital finance and appeared to lack the contacts needed to break through.
Harnessing the Power
of the Purse
CTI finds that tapping the power of the purse depends on correcting industry misperceptions about female investors and an industry tendency to perceive women as a monolithic market. Geography, generation, source of wealth, and asset level are all factors affecting how women perceive wealth and arrive at decisions about its allocation.
Closing the Gender Gap:
This report from OECD focuses on how best to close gender gaps under four broad headings: 1) Gender equality, social norms and public policies; and gender equality in 2) education; 3) employment and 4) entrepreneurship.