An independent survey commissioned by the UK Ministry of Finance and completed by the NatWest Group showed that the number of enterprises established by British women in 2022 reached an all-time high, and the number of female company founders aged 16 to 25 also increased. At the same time, it showed that if women matched men in entrepreneurship and expansion of business scale, the UK GDP would increase by 250 billion pounds. However, although the number of companies led by women is still growing, men are still three times more likely than women to start businesses. In response, the British government announced to increase the number of women entrepreneurs by half by 2030, that is, to produce nearly 600000 women entrepreneurs. Another 190 financial service institutions have committed to invest 100 billion pounds to improve women's access to capital, which will likely solve the lack of capital, the biggest obstacle to women's effective development of business.