Headlines were made in January this year when PitchBook Data revealed female-led start-ups received an increase in venture capital funding, taking their share from 1.9% in 2016 to 2.2% in 2017, equating to $1.9 billion of last year’s $85 billion total investment pot. While that 0.3% increase is something to cheer about, there’s still a long way to go with regards to closing the venture funding gap, especially when it comes to women in insurance.
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