In order to develop a country it is necessary to pay attention to women’s role particularly their talents and abilities. Many governments have
overcome their economical crisis by adopting measures and policies for higher participation of women. Sociological theories argue that social
structure, workplace, and family affect women’s access to entrepreneurial opportunities and may influence performance. The families can create
opportunities and limitations that affect women’s individual efforts. The current essay surveys family situation and family support in entrepreneurial
activity. The results of the statistical analysis show that family’s entrepreneur, divorce, husband’s death, emotion family, financial, and
networks support are some of effective factors in development of women entrepreneurship. Among them “economical needs” are the most effective
factors in start up of Iranian women's business.