Latin America

Female workforces can revolutionize Latin American business. Here's how

Female workers at a flower farm are seen at the Quito Inor Flowers company in Boliche, Ecuador

Gender-equal policies have been shown to boost sales and reduce staff turnover. Here are 9 practices to put into place Image: Reuters/Guillermo Granja

Oscar Artiga
Central America Entrepreneurship Program Director, TechnoServe
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Workers transport plantain in La Grita, Venezuela. Image: Reuters/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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