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Shripriya Mahesh featured in Forbes Female Founders Series

November 29, 2017

In a recent Forbes article highlighting investors commited to funding female founders, Shripriya Mahesh discusses tangible steps to support and fund female founders. 

"Four of the five members of our investment team are females, so we are deeply committed to authentically supporting female founders and funding them.

We are currently working with organizations such as SheWorx, WomenStartupLab, The Expat Women and other female founder communities to gain access to and increase the pipeline of women who pitch to us." 

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