The best startups in the country are all owned by women
New York, NY—February 2, 2020—An article in Forbes.com on February 2, 2018 revealed that women are more likely to be founders of tech companies, and that their founders are more often women than men.
The article focused on how women founders are valued by the investors, which is a finding that’s made waves in the tech world.
“Women founders are also more likely than their male counterparts to be mentored by women,” wrote Forbes.
“The data suggests that these women have more than the average of a men’s company to rely on to lead their companies, so it makes sense that they’re also more sought after by their investors and peers.”
What makes this finding interesting is that women founders have been underrepresented for quite some time, even though they are more than twice as likely to lead a company than men, and more than 10 times as likely as men to be in the top 10% of founders.
That’s not to say women founders aren’t in demand, but they are not the majority of the companies that are started by women.
That being said, there are a few other findings that could be of interest.
Women in tech are also almost as likely, if not more so, to be female than their peers, according to the study.
That means there’s a strong possibility that women entrepreneurs have made it in tech simply because of their gender.
Additionally, this study focused on women founders, which may not be the case for other groups of founders, such as men, or people with more diverse backgrounds.
As a result, we may not know exactly why women founders make it in the world of tech, but the findings do suggest that women might have a more valuable skill set.
There’s another interesting piece of data that we also covered in this article.
According to a recent survey of over 1,200 entrepreneurs and angel investors, women and men both have similar views on the future of the technology industry.
The survey asked investors to choose from the following options for how they would choose a company’s future.
The top choice, according of the survey, was “Women are the future.”
This suggests that it is not necessarily a given that women will be the majority or the sole innovators of a new technology.
This could be a result of a more inclusive culture that includes women in senior positions, and/or a culture that allows for more women to take on leadership roles in tech.
In fact, the survey also found that women and minorities have higher levels of success than their more dominant male counterparts.
“I would say that women have a lot to be thankful for,” said Jen, founder of the non-profit Women in Tech, who was also interviewed by Forbes.
We’re just so lucky that we have women and people of color, and we’re just as lucky that people of all backgrounds have the ability to work together.
“The survey also revealed that people who are white, male, and younger have higher confidence in technology, and are more apt to be the ones to get into startups.
The study found that entrepreneurs with more than $1 million in venture capital were more likely, on average, to go into a startup with the help of an angel.
This is something that many women have been fighting for, but it’s something that has not been seen in tech for quite a while.
The bottom line is that it’s not just the demographics of the tech industry that makes women founders more likely.
It’s also the fact that women tend to be more active in startups.
Jen, a woman who founded a nonprofit called Women in Technology, said, “There’s this myth that the only way to be a successful founder is to be an entrepreneur.
We think that there are so many ways to be successful that you can’t be both.
It just seems to be so hard to be both.
“We’re going to dive deeper into why women and minority founders are so underrepresented in tech and the ways in which they can change that.
But first, a word about our sources for this article: Forbes.
It is our sincere hope that this article provides a glimpse into the minds of the founders who made this study possible, and to the millions of women who are looking to start their own companies.