Female Parliamentarians have been called upon to lobby their colleagues for votes on women strategic issues.
They have been asked to be innovative and facilitate law reforms and new enactments that are friendly and practically motivating for women's enterprise development.
Such middle class women, according to Ms Maud Dontoh Biney, a lecturer at the National Banking College, should also advocate for the implementation of women-related government policies and laws.
Speaking at a forum by Women in Sustainable Enterprise (WISE) in Accra, Ms Biney, who is with the Credit Management Faculty of the college, noted that Ghanaian women's participation in economic activity and growth is phenomenal and continues to grow.
Therefore, it makes business and economic sense for all market players to start investing in the development of women enterprises and entrepreneurs.
"If women represent such formidable force and market opportunity, then their full integration into the market place can yield a significant and steady …