How female entrepreneurs can get in the venture capital game

The process by which venture capitalists evaluate opportunities is disciplined, systematic, and rigorous. But t is also social, cultural, and highly emotional and this is where biases can creep in. This is bad news for female entrepreneurs, and for investors who might be ignoring valuable opportunities.

Fiona Murray, Alvin J. Siteman Professor of Entrepreneurship at the MIT Sloan School of Management and associate dean for innovation and co-director of the MIT Innovation Initiative, gives some tips for women to improve their chances of securing VC funding in the Boston Globe Magazine. Read more here.