The pandemic has had a devastating effect on households, and women have borne the brunt of it. In numbers, around 3.5 million moms dropped out of the workforce during the pandemic, with many forced to do so as they faced the pressures of child care and virtual schooling. ZenBusiness is ready to help these moms get back in the game and return to work on their own terms—as their own bosses.
Launching More Mom Entrepreneurs
Ahead of the National Women’s Small Business month in October, ZenBusiness has launched its #MomsMeanBusiness initiative. The campaign seeks to offer mothers who have always dreamt of becoming mom bosses all the tools they need to start their own businesses.
The best part? According to ZenBusiness’ press release, the #MomsMeanBusiness offer includes the following for free:
- Securing a Business Name. Search and register a dream business name.
- Forming an LLC. Create a real registered business in your home state.
- Tracking Expenses. Build your site with easy-to-use tools to track expenses.
- Saving Money on Taxes. Uncover hidden tax deductions.
- Accessing the ZenBusiness Dashboard. Organize your documents all in one place.
- Phone and Email Support. Contact professionals anytime to answer questions.
ZenBusiness offers every mom in America who dreams of becoming mompreneurs the chance to start their own business now—free of charge! The #MomsMeanBusiness offer runs all September.Start your business now!
Why Moms Make the Best Entrepreneurs
The pandemic shed light on the perseverance of moms who had to upend their careers—either by choice or necessity—due to limited child care and increased child care needs. Their patience, determination, creativity, and multi-tasking abilities are the very same traits that make them the best candidates for entrepreneurship.
“Starting a new business might sound scary, but moms already have a hard job, and owning a business is doable. It allows them to pursue their passions with the flexibility to make a living on their own terms,” said Ross Buhrdorf, CEO and Co-Founder of ZenBusiness.
“We’ve seen that moms drove a big part of ‘The Great Resignation’, but we also expect a big part of the ‘Great Workforce Revival’ will be driven by mompreneurs.”
Indeed, the number of mom-owned businesses went through exponential growth in the last 10 years. And they’re proving to be a success. A study by the Harvard Business Review found that women entrepreneurs are more likely to be successful than men. The same study found that women-owned businesses are more likely to survive, with owners likely to experience burnout.
Mothers, Start Your Own Business Today
So moms, what are you waiting for? You have all the skills you need to be your own boss. It’s time to start that dream business for free. Sign up for the ZenBusiness #MomsMeanBusiness initiative today.
You are the entrepreneurs the world needs now.
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