With only two percent of all venture capital going to female founders, the need to Invest in Women did not stop at the onset of the pandemic. In partnership with ECMC Foundation, Chloe Capital has successfully rallied the masses once again in support of women defining the Future of Work & Education. In the last six months as part of the Movement, over $1.25 million has been invested in female founders around the world.
FashionTech Co. Mobilizes Thousands to Create Fabric Masks
Amanda’s husband is a doctor on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. As the co-founder and CEO of N.A.bld, an on-demand production platform, Amanda quickly activated her network of U.S. manufacturers and creatives to make fabric masks. You can help too – Give a Mask.
Overcoming Obstacles: Female Founders Win Big in New Orleans
The Movement to Invest in Women came alive in New Orleans. Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation deployed $275,000 to female founders advancing the Future of Work & Education. The audience was also delighted by musical acts and hearing feedback from active investors.
HBO Star Calls Chloe Capital the Way Forward at LA Event for Women
“Firms like Chloe Capital are changing things,” said Suzanne Cryer. Suzanne plays venture capitalist Laurie Bream on HBO’s hit series, Silicon Valley. She joined our Movement to provide a unique perspective, delivered in an all-star keynote in Los Angeles.