women in venture capital
“You are not alone. There are millions of women and men who are supporting you and want you to succeed."
"We live in a culture that doesn't raise girls with financial literacy," Chris Sacca says.
Today, we're featuring Tina Cheng from Cherubic Ventures. Tina had worked in Silicon Valley tech giants Yahoo and CISCO before deciding to return to her home country Taiwan to become an entrepreneur.
Startup founders need to go out and find investors -- venture capital firms -- to bet on their idea. But a major gender imbalance
How many ideas, then, that could be relevant -- even revolutionary -- to half the world's population are being stymied because women can't access the resources to grow and scale their startups?
According to Madeleine Albright, there's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women. Luckily, a new website
Every day we hear about incredible improvements in the financial status of women. But there is still an important area lacking -- women's access to venture capital.