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Join us for the South West Women Angel Investment Forum on on 30 April 2020 in Bristol!


 The South West Women Angel Investment Forum, part of the UKBAA National Women Angel Investment campaign, will bring together angels from across the South of England to explore opportunities to improve the gender balance in the early stage investment ecosystem in the UK.

Taking place in Bristol's hub for innovation, Engine Shed, this forum offers an important opportunity to explore the barriers for women to seeking to angel invest, discuss recent reports from the British Business Bank on Women and VC, and the Alison Rose report on Women entrepreneurship by HM Treasury, and most importantly, provide a platform for much needed conversation.

 The South West Women Angel Investment Forum will take place with the support of Innovate UK and SETsquared and seeks to bring together all the key players in the early stage investment ecosystem take the necessary steps to transform the current investment landscape to better support both women angels and founders. 

 

Speakers from our previous events 

Bringing insights from investment and industry, each of our speakers come with extensive experience in backing high-growth founders, supporting in scaling fantastic businesses and being an integral part of improving the distinct gender gap in early stage investing. 

Discuss the latest market research 

Women are responsible for owning over 45% of the UK’s wealth, yet only 14% of Angel Investors in the UK are women.

Only 39% of women are confident in their capabilities to start a business compared to 55% of men. This is a perceived gap in ability, rather than an actual gap in skill sets.

At current rate of change (0.2%pa) it would take until 2045 for 10% of UK VC deals to be in all female teams.

£180bn could be delivered to the UK economy by boosting female entrepreneurship. 

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Sam - Head