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Q & A With Sarah Wood From WomeninTech

Studies show that women currently make up only 17% of the tech sector. The gap between men and women starts at university with only 7% of Computer Science Grads being female, a percentage that widens later on in life.  Online business bank, Tide, analysed over 1,000 UK university alumni on Technation.io who went on to found […]

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Studies show that women currently make up only 17% of the tech sector. The gap between men and women starts at university with only 7% of Computer Science Grads being female, a percentage that widens later on in life.  Online business bank, Tide, analysed over 1,000 UK university alumni on Technation.io who went on to found a tech startup to discover which female alumni are the quickest at launching and funding their tech companies after graduating.  Key findings:  London School of Economics and Political Science has the highest number of female tech entrepreneur alumni Female alumni from Royal College of Art took only a year on average to launch their tech startups According to our study, female tech entrepreneurs took an average of 5 years to launch their tech startup after finishing university. It took them 2.5 years on average to raise their first £1 million or more in a single…

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