When it comes to starting a business, there remains a notable disparity between the sexes. Encouragingly, that gender gap is closing – but the UK is playing catch-up with its global counterparts. Data from NatWest released this year puts Canada at the top of the female entrepreneurship league with 13.5 per cent of women setting up their own business, while the UK lags behind at a disappointing 4.7 per cent. So, where is the UK going wrong? And, most importantly, what can be done about it?

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