Problems in the growth pipeline? The female startup funding gap

An overview of progress made since the Rose Review in 2019, featuring an analysis of funding figures and expert views on how to tackle the challenges.

Download our free paper to get original analysis and expert commentary on the funding landscape for female entrepreneurs in the UK.

In 2019, the government-commissioned Alison Rose Review found that up to £250 billion could be added to the UK economy if female founders started and scaled businesses at the same rate as men, and recommended more access to funding for female entrepreneurs.

Half a decade on, we’ve spoken to industry experts and analysed the latest data on government-backed Start Up Loans from the British Business Bank.

This report includes the findings of our research, as well as insights from experts at London Business School, Launch Club Capital, Mazuma Money, Runway East, SkyParlour and Choice Business Loans.

The article is free to download and all of its contents are freely available to be published. But if you quote this report, we ask that you to link to this page, where we will be hosting it.

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