Mencütekin O.

1th INTERNATIONAL WOMEN STUDIES CONGRESS, Ankara, Turkey, 8 - 09 March 2021, pp.85

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Summary Text
  • City: Ankara
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.85



The concept of innovation is now used in most areas. Innovation is an application that is actually different when it comes to innovation, offering the opportunity to put forward and implement ideas that involve change. This concept is used to solve previously unresolved problems or to address pre-met needs. Or it can be called developing a product that is more qualified, useful and that everyone in society will benefit from. The most important issue here is that the product being changed is different in terms of features, it is unique, so if there is a similar product, we can not call it an inovation, in which case the imitation product is formed. For innovation, it is necessary to determine what the problem is and then effective solutions should be established and thoughts should be discussed and common thoughts should be formed. After that, the best of these thoughts should be selected and the transition to practice should be started and as a result, the product should be profited. In fact, the importance of the place of women in working life, which constitutes almost half of the business life in terms of social development and economic growth, is more obvious. Today, women’s entrepreneurship activities are of great importance for the development of the world. Already, some disruptions in the process of fulfilling or implementing the activities of women entrepreneurs reveal the shortcomings of the innovation process. The functioning of the innovation process and the role of women are undesathable. The presence of women who find solutions to a different need for humanity at any stage of life is actually an indication that their beings have an important place in every stage of life. The important thing here is to give women more space in business life and even to make them pioneers at every stage.

Keywords: Woman, Innovation, Entrepreneurship