Angels aim to plant seeds of growth for women entrepreneurs

04/17/2011 | Bloomberg

Women entrepreneurs looking for funding are more likely to look to their fellow women as investors, survey data find, so many angel groups such as Golden Seeds are working to get more women involved in angel investing. Investors say a lack of access to funding networks makes it harder for women entrepreneurs looking to expand, but many are targeting fast-growing markets that are ideal for angel investors.

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