I see it often, in myself as an owner and working with other owners. It’s way too easy for us — business owners and operators —to fall into the same trap, getting too familiar with what we think we know, and losing sight of changes. No matter what business we’re in, it’s constantly changing, but it’s also easy for us to miss the change because we’re absorbed with the day-to-day routine and immediate problems.
>>Investing in Women-Led Firms IS Good Business
Like the ripples created when a pebble is tossed into a pool, the right data made public in a room of people who care creates a positive stir. On May 10, CrunchBase, the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) hosted an event in San Francisco that brought new data to light on women in venture capital to a diverse room of entrepreneurs, investors, accelerators, and organizations interested in increasing women’s access to capital.