While out promoting her new film Age of Adeline, Blake Lively sat down with Stylist to talk everything from new motherhood to women's role in business and admitted she has some lofty personal goals. "I have a dream to go to Harvard Business School, and one of these days I will do that... In my spare time!" the actress told Stylist. Already an entrepreneur thanks to the launch of her lifestyle site Preserve, Lively shared that she still feels there is room for growth and development when it comes to women in business. "There are a lot of women in business, but they don’t get enough opportunities," she said. "If you look at the facts, women spend the most on e-commerce sites, yet less than 30 percent of the companies that venture capitalists fund are female-driven, even though female-run companies are the most successful." As a female-led company ourselves we whole-heartedly agree with Lively's take and hope more ambitious ladies take the initiative to lead.
Head over to Stylist to read Lively's interview in full.
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