8 March 2024

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Local MEP calls for special fund to address gender credit gap for female business owners

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Local MEP calls for special fund to address gender credit gap for female business owners

Midlands North West MEP Maria Walsh is calling for a special fund to address the gender credit gap facing for female-owned businesses

The Fine Gael MEP says the Female Founders’ Fund would be the first of its kind within the EU.

She says the gender credit gap for female-owned businesses worldwide is estimated at 1.5 trillion dollars.

MEP Walsh adds people are aware with the gender wage cap, but the credit is going somewhat under the radar:

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