#GoodRead | The first comprehensive study on women in venture capital and their impact on female founders

by Tim Gouw, via Unsplash

by Tim Gouw, via Unsplash

"The first comprehensive study on women in venture capital and their impact on female founders":

A potentially more rapid path for women to become partners is the growth of female-founded venture firms. In the last three years, according to CrunchBase data, 16 percent of newly launched venture and micro-venture firms, 20 firms in all, had at least one female founder. Looking out over five years, the percentage drops to 12 percent and 29 firms, which suggests that the creation of female-founded venture firms is accelerating, albeit off a very low base.

Read Gené Teare and Ned Desmond's full article at TechCrunch here…