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Just 20 Companies on the NYSE and Nasdaq Were Founded and Led by Women

Could VCs be part of the problem?

20: The number of women in the U.S. who led their companies from startup to IPO Source: Business Insider
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20: That’s the number of women startup founders who have led their companies to an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange — since its founding 204 years ago — or the Nasdaq, according to an analysis by Business Insider.




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