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LMHQ Women’s Breakfast: Fierce Female Founders

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Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 40

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When it comes to gender diversity, there’s progress in the startup world. According to the 2019 PitchBook-All Raise All In: Women in the VC Ecosystem report, investment in female-founded startups is on the rise: In 2018, $46.3 billion went to startups founded by women. At the same time, gender bias is still a very real problem. At LMHQ’s January Women’s Breakfast, we’ll be talking to some of the fearless female founders about the particular challenges they face, as well as tips for success in the crowded startup landscape.

Speakers include:

  • Marie Berry, Co-Founder and CEO of Kara
  • Laura Chau, Principal at Canaan Partners (VC) - moderator
  • Narie Foster, Co-Founder, MM. LaFleur
  • Kimberley Ho, Co-Founder and CEO of Evereden

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