How a funding bottleneck could affect women founders

12/12/2012 | Women 2.0 blog

More companies are getting seed funding or receiving money from angel investors, but the number of series A deals has remained relatively stagnant, Jessica Stillman writes. This bottleneck could be especially troublesome for women entrepreneurs, who already receive a relatively small portion of venture-capital investment. Building a strong business is still the best way to make sure your company gets investors' attention, Stillman notes.

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