Women founders face stereotypes while raising funds

03/13/2013 | Quibb

Investors tend to look for entrepreneurs who fit a certain mold, which can leave women and minority founders out in the cold, writes Elizabeth Yin, co-founder of LaunchBit. Some women entrepreneurs try to overcome this challenge by doing whatever they can to fit in, including dressing a certain way or hiding the fact that they're pregnant, she writes.

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