It’s no secret that venture capital is still mostly a man’s world. So it’s important to celebrate the women who are working to change the narrative! Here are 50 venture capital firms led by women.
Like many of you, I have been experimenting with OpenAI’s Playground recently and with the recent market events on my mind, I thought it would be timely to ask AI why people dislike venture capitalists.
Happy New Year! We’re back with our monthly funding news, covering venture capital deals for women-founded companies. This month, we tracked 17 deals totaling $216M.
Glass Half Funded tracked 62 venture capital deals totaling $957M for women-founded startups over the past three months. Two deals, Guild Education and Vanta, were over $100M each!
Like many of you, I have been listening to a lot more podcasts lately, with the pandemic and working from home. I posted my favorite podcasts over a year ago, so I thought it was time to refresh the list. Some of my favorites are the same, but I’ve also found some new ones!
This month, we tracked $449.1M of venture capital funding to founding teams of all women, representing 19% growth over last month. The biggest deal was Ellevest, an investing platform designed for women.
Every year, Forbes puts out a list of the top 100 venture capital investors, called the Midas List. This year, 11 of the 100 are women, which is down from last year’s record of 12. At Glass Half Funded, we know the venture capital industry is still very much dominated by men, so we aren’t surprised by the low number of women on the list. However, we still want to celebrate the women who made it!
This month, GHF tracked $376.4M of venture capital funding to founding teams of all women, representing 5% growth over last month. The biggest deal was Chief, a membership for women executives and leaders.