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Investing in Women

INVESTING IN QWeme. The Original Gender Gap in Startups 8% 13% O Male Founding 2009 all but 2 of 19 O Male Teams high tech IPOS had at least one Founders O Female Founding 92% 87% Mixed gender teams O Female Founders raised larger rounds woman officer Teams Women make up just 9.1% board members of Silicon Valley companies, compared with Women venture capitalists do not give preferential treatment to Reduced gender inequality will increase GDP in women entrepreneurs, but 70% are in partnerships that have closed deals with women-led US by 9% 16% Standard & Poor's 500 companies. & Europe by 13% companies. Women Poform Produce Enru Ouu 66% 50% 10% 1% of the world's work of the food of the income of the Property Women in Business Women make up MORE than 50% of the U.S. adult population, As of 2011, it is estimated that there are OVER 8.1 million women-owned businesses in the United States (approx 41%), 46% of the civilian workforce United State But account for ONLY 35% of the people who get involved in starting businesses generating nearly $1.3 trillion in revenues and employing nearly 7.7 million people Few, BUT More Women Are Seeking Investment Women are Start ventures 3% of all people 24 accepted to Y Combinator with 8% less funding than are women men Suking Iwestment In 2009, ONLY 11% companies 41.1% relied on outsider that received venture debt to start backing had a female C.E.O. business or founder 21% women entrepreneurs sought angel capital in 2009, but ONLY 9.4% of those females were SUCCESSFUL Interesting Facts about Performance Women ask for Female CEOS Women exactly what they need and end up with 50% what delivered 12% higher revenues using 33% less capital than those by men entrepreneurs in wealthier economies tend to have half of they require the growth Fumalo CÉOS from investors. expectation of men Female Investors in US Womew represant 64% this high turnover, few Ö female venture capitalists u gain sufficient and to achieve high visibility in S the industry experience a to become partners. ONLY % about of women in the industry in 1995 were NO LONGER in the industry over 15% investing Partners at Venture firms Angel in 2000 Investors are women (compared to 33% for males) Network Network Buause, ONLY Fumalo Vantara Capitalists Men dominate are far more apt to be the venture capital industry directly connected to Women believe, and able to attract female-led ventures Women who are trying to women entrepreneurs sometimes believe they have strong links to the VC world, but the men,are unlikely to recognize the relationship. to their firms launch or further careers as venture capitalists have fewer first-degree network connections with the gatekeepers (men) in positions hire them. DESIGNED BY: PIKTOCHART TRANSFORM DATA TO STORIES! ASA RESULT...

Investing in Women

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