Groups work to help women become angel investors

12/5/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

Women are still underrepresented among the ranks of angel investors, but organizations such as Golden Seeds and the Pipeline Fellowship are working to change that, writes Sarah Granger of PublicEdge. "As the number of women angel investors increases, so should the number of successful women founders, growing the pool of potential future angel investors, completing the cycle of growth moving forward," she writes.

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