Women-founded Startups Aren’t Getting Their Fair Share

Chandler Luhowskyj
Chandler Luhowskyj10 Dec, 2021

According to a recent report by VC firm Work-Bench, over 25% of startups receiving funding had at least one female founder on board… but when you look at software enterprise companies, that company drastically dips to 1.9%. Clearly, something is wrong with this number. If you’re interested in learning more about the women in partnerships carving their way to success, be sure to check out our blog series: Women in Partnerships.

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