Men dominate the sphere of seed crowdfunding as a means of raising capital. A report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and The Crowdfunding Centre has noted that men use crowdfunding more than women do, and raise more funding in absolute terms than their female counterparts.
However, despite setting smaller funding goals on average, women tend to be more successful at meeting their funding goals.
The report, titled “Women Unbound: Unleashing female entrepreneurial potential”, analysed the results of two full years of seed crowdfunding campaign data (2015 to 2016), with the survey covering 205 countries and nine of the largest crowdfunding platforms.
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