Allyson Kapin General Partner at the W Fund and co-founder of Women Who Tech. Photo: Nicholas Kamm/AFP Allyson Kapin General Partner at the W Fund and co-founder of Women Who Tech. Photo: Nicholas Kamm/AFP
Allyson Kapin General Partner at the W Fund and co-founder of Women Who Tech. Photo: Nicholas Kamm/AFP
Start-ups

Tech start-ups and the glass ceiling: the women fighting for funding in a man’s world, and the investors who discriminate and miss out

  • The world of tech start-ups is a male-dominated place, and women, especially black women, struggle to get any equality when they seek investors
  • They face sexual harassment, condescending attitudes, being ignored and a lack of trust – and of course, they rarely get investment money

Topic |   Start-ups
Allyson Kapin General Partner at the W Fund and co-founder of Women Who Tech. Photo: Nicholas Kamm/AFP Allyson Kapin General Partner at the W Fund and co-founder of Women Who Tech. Photo: Nicholas Kamm/AFP
Allyson Kapin General Partner at the W Fund and co-founder of Women Who Tech. Photo: Nicholas Kamm/AFP
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