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Sarah Robbins – Entrepreneur – Tuesday, 25 June 2013 (originally published 24 Jun)
You may not have heard of the “third billion,” but you may one day feel their impact. The third billion is a term used to describe the billion women, mostly from emerging markets, who will join the global economy as employees, employers and entrepreneurs over the next decade.
From India to Turkey, women entrepreneurs are on the leading edge of this shift, poised to transform their local economies and, in doing so, change the world.