Women on top

by Roberta Lunghini - 2012.03.08

In Italy, in 2011, the companies led by women were 7 thousand more than the previous year. With an increase of 0.5%. At the top of this special ranking we find Lazio (+1.3%) and Lombardy (+0.9%). In particular, in the latter, female enterprises represent about 21% of the total. Milan in the head with nearly 57,600 firms managed by women. Equal to 33.3% of all the companies in Lombardy.

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