Why Women Don’t See Themselves as Entrepreneurs

2017-06-09

... There are other ways to close the gap. In another paper by Mr. Gompers and Ms. Wang, they found that when venture capitalists had daughters, they were https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/01/upshot/a-proven-way-to-win-in-business-have-a-daughter-hire-women.html less biased against women. Networking groups for women, like Astia, or women-led investment firms, like Broadway Angels, can help. So can female entrepreneurs who speak publicly about their careers and mentor women, and would-be entrepreneurs who introduce themselves on social media or at conferences, Ms. Marcelo said.

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