Episode #3: Voulez Capital - Europe's First VC for Female Founders - meet Anya Navidski, Founding Partner
In this episode, Anne talks to Anya Navidski, Founder and CEO of Europe’s first VC fund focused on investing in female entrepreneurs - Voulez Capital. Anya share’s why she became a VC, how she created Voulez, what needs to change in the funding industry and how she’s working to bring about that change.
Market Roundup: The Winds of Change after the WeWork & Softbank Fiasco
Every month, we bring you our Market Roundup about key events happening in the market, our key insights on them and what startups and investors can learn as a result.
Our cohosts, Anne Ravanona and Inma Martinez sit down to kick off the podcast series to analyse the ripple effects of the biggest financial headline: how WeWork withdrew its IPO filing after Wall Street investors were able to see through the smoke and mirrors of the company's prospectus. Anne and Inma discuss the relevancy of this technology IPO fiasco and the before and after consequences that this will present to future tech IPOs and the corporate governance that VCs and NEDs must establish in startups.
Episode # 1: The Gender Funding Gap & $5 Trillion Opportunity
Welcome to our very first episode!
In this episode, our founder, Anne Ravanona, will share why she started Global Invest Her in the first place after her lightbulb moment, what compels her to focus on helping female founders get funded and why you should be interested in the latest research the biggest untapped market opportunity worth $5 Trillion.
What you'll learn in this episode:
Official Trailer: Welcome to InvestHer Podcast!
About this episode:
Introducing the InvestHer Podcast, who it's for, what we talk about and why you should listen!
Entrepreneur, Advocate, TEDx Speaker & Consultant, Anne Ravanona has frank conversations with global investors, female founders and ecosystem builders, about what it's really like for women entrepreneurs to get funding today. Join Anne as she interviews global guests like Anya Navidski, Julia Hartz, Roxanne Varza etc, to understand what needs to change in the funding ecosystem, so that more women entrepreneurs get funded.