Women entrepreneurship is considered one of the fastest growing, and the most widespread segment among the small businesses sector worldwide. Many Jordanian women are turning into entrepreneurship as a mean of self-actualization and income generation and hence contributing in the advancement of Jordanian economy. This is due to a host of factors, the general trend, politically and regulatory, of supporting Jordanian women, the economic conditions and the improved educational status of women. However, Jordanian women''s economical contribution in many aspects is considered lower when compared with other Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and other economically disadvantaged countries around the world. The book highlights the relation between the external environmental factors and the growth and development of the entrepreneurial project, through evaluating the factors of growth and development of the entrepreneurial projects. The book should be of interest to women entrepreneurs, professionals and NGOs supporting women entrepreneurs in particular and economic status of the Arab women in general.