Women entrepreneurs have long gotten a small slice of the venture-capital funding pie.
Female VC leaders are trying to change that.
In fact, opportunities abound for “wontrepreneurs,” said Julie Sandler, managing director at startup studio and venture capital fund Pioneer Square Labs, based in Seattle. She spends most of her time running the VC arm, PSL Ventures.
“First, the financing market for startups has truly never been more favorable to founders than it is today,” she said.
“Second, there has never been a moment in this generation that has created as much change or opportunity for innovation as what we are experiencing in the world right now, coming out of the pandemic.”