Why Silicon Valley’s Women Hold Less Start-up Equity

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Named one of the top 15 most powerful women in Hong Kong, Bonnie Chan Woo took her company public—then pivoted to raising the profile of other female founders. Beata talks to this trailblazer about unconscious bias, being the “good girl”, and building a storytelling platform for female entrepreneurs.

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Beata Kirr
Co-Head—Investment Strategies

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