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There’s a lot of discussion around leadership growth for entrepreneurs. Being one, and working with many of them as an investor, mentor and advisor I find personal growth to be one of the hardest parts of being an entrepreneur.
Not a lot is written about being a female founder and CEO. I used to believe that my journey as a startup founder was the same as any other founder’s experience, regardless of gender, in that it is lonely and hard. I believed the same when I worked in construction. At the time, any questions about there being a difference felt deeply unnecessary to me.
The recent news that online grocery sales have more than doubled year-on-year is not exactly surprising given the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. What is perhaps more significant is that the number of households purchasing their groceries online has also shot up in the past 12 months, from 4.8 million in 2019 to 7.9 million in the past month – approaching one third of all UK households.