Women owned businesses are responding with sheer numbers and Billions of £'s in spending power to the "ole boy's network"

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The sheer numbers of women owned companies world-wide offers significant B2B opportunities. $48 Billion was spent by US women owned companies on technology equipment alone. Women can certainly respond in this 21st century by their sheer numbers to the "ole boy's network" of old. They are a major force in the global economy with significant spending powers.

There are fantastic opportunities for women owned businesses in the international market place despite the current global downturn. The sheer numbers of women owned companies world-wide offers significant B2B opportunities. $48 Billion was spent by US women owned companies on technology equipment alone. Women can certainly respond in this 21st century by their sheer numbers to the "ole boy's network" of old. They are a major force in the global economy with significant spending powers.

 

The main barriers to trading internationally are often the costs and time involved with getting it done.  The costs of marketing to several different countries simultaneously can be extraordinary. It takes time  to enter new markets,  it takes time to forge new business relationships and it takes time to make the right contracts.  Some of the traditional methods of entering new markets  has been attendance at trade fairs or international conferences.  These  can be costly, time consuming and,  unfortunately,  not always productive.

 

 In the past,  'globalisation' has been reserved for the "elite corporate", with their   large budgets and   enormous resources. For many small businesses becoming a player on the world market was   just simply beyond their expectations. For women business owners, there's often "double whammies",  because women are   too  often refused the necessary capital for starting up in business and then frequently refused capital for expansion .  They often lack access to information and easy access to an 'established trade network '.

 

 The Bag Lady has been aggressive in developing an online platform to address these issues, and make international trading and accessibility to new markets simpler,  more cost effective and a reality for any women owned business whatever its size. The Bag Lady online trading portal for women owned companies is thrilled to announce the launch of the new Trade lead facilities, which offers access to 'all women owned companies, whatever their size, or country location'. Through this new online service they will have access to "tenders" with daily value in access £1 Billion,  and they can subscribe to the "email Trade Lead Alert services". The Trade Lead includes "bartering facilities", where for example a UK women inventor can barter perhaps with a manufacturer abroad with low cost base, to produce her new products for a percentage of product sales. There are online translation facilities to help break through the language barriers between women business owners of the 'east and the west'. 

The Bag Lady's client base includes "women owned multi-million pound companies from China , sole traders in Puerto Rico, manufacturers in Taiwan, Saudi, Pakistan, Russia, USA, Canada, and all across Europe, and they are to be collaborating with 50,000 women owned businesses in the USA. 

The Baglady is opening doors for women in the 21st century! 

 

 

 

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