• This boot camp aims to help 10,000 female-founded businesses by 2020

    9 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    Kathleen Griffith wants to help brands “like the future Glossiers, Bumbles, and Stitch Fixes” by supporting women entrepreneurs through education.
    There are several professions where women are still the minority: They make up only 15% of cab drivers, and only 14% of police officers. And in 2017, the percentage of startups that had at least one female founder was just 17% , a number that has plateaued since 2012.Even worse, that small handful of female founders received just 2%, or $1.9 billion, of the $85 billion total invested by venture capitalists last year.
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