FT Rethink

Why women should invest in women

Alice Ross - Wealth correspondent, Financial Times

Alice Ross

Wealth correspondent, Financial Times

 

Men dominate the venture capital scene. A recent UK study found that less than one per cent of venture capital goes to businesses founded by women. Yet, “female-founded companies generated 10% more revenue over a five-year period than male-founded companies.” Listen to Alice Ross, Wealth Correspondent for the FT who explains that there's a strong business case for investing in female-founded companies, particularly if you are a woman.

There's a strong business case for investing in female-founded companies particularly if you are a woman.

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