The most notable metrics of success in Silicon Valley—valuations, fundraising, decision-making power—still favor men. While women-led startups raised $12.4 billion in 2017 according to Pitchbook, an big increase over previous years, the gender gap remains large.
And it starts at the top. According to a new report from Silicon Valley Bank, only 28% of startups’ founding teams in the US include at least one woman.
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