Food Technology Staff

Female Founders Get Shortchanged

 

Female Founders Deliver the Goods

• Women-founded businesses deliver higher revenue—
more than twice as much per dollar invested

• Women-led tech startups achieve a 35%
higher ROI and generate 12% higher revenue

• The fastest-growing companies, with 200%+
growth, are 75% more likely to have a female founder

 

Women-Led Startups Receive a
Thin Slice of the Investment Pie
$16.9 Billion Agri-Food Tech Funding in 2018

 

 

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