The most actively trading businesses, are those with an annual turnover of under $200,000.
Women are at the heart of the small business economy with 660,280 women now running and operating businesses across Australia.
Half of all female small business owners with children are solo mumpreneurs and 81% of them work from home.
There are now more women than men running businesses in the 33-45 year old age bracket.
Women own almost half of all home-based businesses and one-third of businesses operating from other locations.
Women setting up business from home is the fastest growing sector of the Australian economy.
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