While raising money is still hard for almost every entrepreneur, there’s a growing sense that it’s getting easier for women at long last.
Notably, women entrepreneurs are stepping up to the plate: In a survey of 279 U.S. women entrepreneurs conducted jointly by Inc. and Fast Company, a surprising 42 percent say that in addition to running their own companies, they make personal investments in startups. On the flip side, of those who have raised outside capital, 38 percent said they specifically sought out female investors. As of November 2017, according to the Angel Capital Association, 22 percent of angels are female.
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