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Become our mission aligned partner and help us to bring diversity into the VC space. Be recognized as a supporter of the future.

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Become our strategic partner
Support us in monitoring the market and creating the most powerful networking platform

We are inviting corporate ecosystem players to become strategic partners of European Women in VC contributing to increased diversity, boosting equal capital and shaping inclusive future together with the largest network of female fund managers in Europe.

Become a partner to our report

We are inviting corporates, advisors, investors, LPs and other startup ecosystems players who have an interest in contributing to increased understanding of the European funding landscape when it comes to diversity and the female lens to become a mission aligned partner to this report!

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The report
Besides contributing to creation of important insights partners will get:
  • Quote in report
  • Optional content paragraph contribution and data contribution if relevant
  • Logo in the report
  • Firsthand insights
  • Involvement in the communication plan and spreading of the insights
  • Possibility of co-creation of events related to launch/insights from report

What we have done so far

There are many tools to fight for diversity. In order to break the status quo of capital distribution we need to act in a systemic way, thus we have introduced series of actions to fulfill our agenda, such as reports, events, podcasts!

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SLUSH 2023 in Helsinki: The Most Founder-Focused Event on Earth

With nearly 13,000 participants, SLUSH was an extraordinary gathering of entrepreneurs, tech figures, and investors. It aims to foster innovation and connect global startup ecosystems.

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Women in VC Briefing: Kinga Stanislawska & Juliet Rogan

The state of diversity in European Venture with Kinga Stanislawska, founder of EWVC and co-founder of Experior VC, and Juliet Rogan, a key contributor to the investor coverage team at HSBC Innovation Banking.

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Rebalancing Innovation: Women, AI and Venture Capital in the UK by The Alan Turing Institute

This report examines gender diversity in AI-focused venture capital over the past decade. It highlights the persistent challenge women face in accessing venture capital funding, despite the growth in women-led businesses.

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