A new report from Crunchbase indicates that female-led startups are beginning to close the funding gap with their male counterparts.
Global startups with a female founder that have received funding doubled over the past five years, according to a new report from Crunchbase. That includes 21 new unicorns (with a valuation over $1 billion) in 2019, the highest ever in a one-year period. They include women-only owned businesses, such as Away, Glossier, Guild Education, Rent the Runway, and The RealReal. Together those 21 startups raised nearly $3 billion last year.
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