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Investing in women and diverse entrepreneurs to boost the post-pandemic recovery

What female and diverse entrepreneurs want is not favouritism but an equitable starting line. Image: Pexels

Julie Gilbert

Partner, North America, Leap by McKinsey

Adjatay Nyadjroh

Practice Manager, North America, McKinsey & Company

Grace Kamara

Associate, North America, McKinsey & Company


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More women and diverse entrepreneurs were impacted by the pandemic. Image: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor
The share of women and diverse entrepreneurs and employees was highest in the industries directly affected by COVID-19. Image: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor
The financial health spectrum of companies helmed by minority or diverse entrepreneurs before the pandemic. Image: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor

275 VC funds led by women Image: Deutsche Venture Capital Funds
55 VC funds with Black or Latinx founders Image: Deutsche Venture Capital Funds

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