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We need more female entrepreneurs. Universities can help create them

Budding female entrepreneurs can overcome the gender funding gap with targeted support from universities. This article, co-authored by Alexsis de Raadt St. James, founder and managing partner of Merian Ventures, explores the gender investment disparity by venture capital firms and how universities are taking responsibility to cultivate and support women entrepreneurs.

Universities have launched programs, such as WE Innovate at the Imperial College London, specifically for student women entrepreneurs to provide access to funding, mentoring and exposure to invest networks.

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