women in business

Having more women on boards makes companies more ethical

Having more women on boards makes companies more ethical

Having more women on boards makes companies more ethical, as they reduce the number of related party transactions (RPTs), otherwise known as backdoor deals, reveals new research by emlyon business school, Le Mans University and Montpellier Business School. The study, conducted by Professors Haithem NAGATI of emlyon business school, Mehdi NEKHILI of Le Mans University and Moez BENNOURI of...

Female-only founders receive less than 1% of all VC capital investment

Female-founded companies receive less than 1% of European VC investment

Research by Yoppie , the pioneers of personalised menstrual wellness and period care, reveals that European companies with female-only founders receive less than 1% of all VC capital investment despite the number of female-led companies almost doubling over the past decade.

Gender balance in the world of business and venture capital investment has been historically poor with male...