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Female founders raising funds
Thanks Simmie Swil and Nathan Beckford https://www.linkedin.com/posts/nathanbeckord_venturecapital-founders-startups-activity-6980954525826252800-WLSu?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_ios In 2021, investments in companies founded by women reached over $30 B for the first time. (VatorNews) But while that may seem like good news, consider this: Female founders secured only 2% of venture capital in the U.S. in 2021, the
Vow raises $49.2m
Vow have raised a $49.2M (USD) marking a new Series A record for the cultured meat industry! The round, led by Blackbird and Prosperity7 Ventures, allows them to accelerate their mission of making better meat directly from animal cells, ushering in a new generation of food
What skills are needed to get a Job in the Future of Work ?
My friend David Michaelis’s view - who is part of our i4j forum - is that the winners in the future of work is not your expertise but how you tackle new frontiers!.
He refers to an excellent article - (Click here ) about the BBCHere
Australian Tech Globetrotters can work from Home
From #Advance.org #talent | There is a tremendous opportunity for global Australians returning to Australia.They can live here and #workanywhere as Atlassian has done because "...tech companies could start upping their recruiting efforts not just all over the country but all over the world." Mark Adams of