Women are responsible for more than half of online microbusinesses started in the U.S. since the onset of the pandemic. Black people and women have started more of these very small businesses during the pandemic than they did prior to it, according to GoDaddy’s Venture Forward initiative, which polled 4,000 online microbusiness owners in July. Nine out of 10 of these entrepreneurs have fewer than 10 employees. (NYSE: GDDY)
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