Women Step in as Venture Capitalists in the Life Sciences Industry

It is not surprising to associate male contributors with venture capitalists. While, 91% of VC decision-makers in the U.S. comprise male leadership, the life sciences industry is heading in a new direction. We can predict that progress might be gradual. The good news is that female investors are making waves, and their contribution of funds boosts life sciences development.

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The gender gap does exist, but the credit goes to a few organizations that are making their mark in supporting women entrepreneurs. One such example includes the new task force of the Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO). Based in Maryland, TEDCO is an organization that assesses the challenges women entrepreneurs face. They then support them ...

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