Financial literacy and access: revisiting the bridges and barriers to women entrepreneurship in Nigeria

Obiamaka P. Egbo, Hillary Ezeaku, Ebele Igwemeka, Onuora M. Okeke
2020 Revista Amazonía investiga  
This study analysed financial literacy and access for women entrepreneurs in Nigeria. The study is qualitative in nature and adopted an interpretive research design which employed an in-depth interviews with mainly well-informed women entrepreneurs to evaluate their interpretations and perceptions of the influence of financial access and literacy on woman entrepreneurship in Enugu Metropolis, South-Eastern Nigeria. A purposeful sampling approach comprising twenty women entrepreneurs was
more » ... reneurs was employed for this research. The results indicates that financial literacy was a critical factor in the growth of women-owned business, this is found especially in the business start-up phase Furthermore, our analysis revealed that revealed that financial skill is critical to the growth and smooth operation of female-owned business.
doi:10.34069/ai/2020.29.05.48 fatcat:viy6ruonjbb6fn6mvlp7qgh264