Only one in four Lithuanian startups were established by women, according to a press release by the state Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA). Why, and what can be done to change the trend?
Low funding, stereotypes and lack of self-confidence
Women who advise startups and help innovators implement ideas point out a number of reasons why there is still much more male-funded startups in the market. Justina Klyvienė, innovation consultant and initiator of the project Women for Global Challenges, says the main reason is significantly l...
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