SXSW Interactive 2016
Women Building Products for Women
For the most part, venture capitalists in Silicon Valley aren’t lining up to fund products made for women’s and children’s health. I’m told constantly by male investors, "You know, you should really find a female VC to pitch to." With less than 4 percent of women in venture capitalism, I might have an easier time selling ice to the Donner Party. It's not about gender, it's about creating products that improves the lives and health of women throughout the world. It's about thinking outside the box and placing a bet on products men might not value, but their mother, sister, daughter need.
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Janica Alvarez, Co-Founder & CEO, Naya Health