CalcalistMarch 20th, 2022

“Women in venture capital is still a big deal”

Renana Ashkenazi, a partner at Grove Ventures, one of Israel’s leading early-stage venture capital funds, participated in a discussion about women in VC. The article highlights the underrepresentation of women in the venture capital industry, with less than 9% of risk fund employees in Israel being women. Ashkenazi and three female representatives of other prominent VC firms in Israel, including Viola Ventures, Entrée Capital, and Glilot Capital, acknowledged that being a woman in the industry is still considered an event rather than routine, and they discussed the importance of gender diversity in investment decisions. Ashkenazi provided perspective on the changing landscape of VC funding and the potential impact of external factors on investments. 

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