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Img..When Nicola Chilman set out to raise £200,000 to expand her education technology start-up several years ago, she was “desperate” to bring a female investor on board. But out of the 40 to 50 angel investors she met, only one was a woman. “Finding that..
Financial Times. Jun 13, 2018 03:01 UTC

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