Traditional sources of entrepreneurial finance tend to favor men, while female entrepreneurs are often bypassed. Thielst, G.H. (2019), for example, found that Danish investors tend to be more skeptical towards female entrepreneurs and place higher demands on them for details, numbers, and forecasts. However, with the emergence of reward-based crowdfunding we are witnessing an outcome contrary to this offline gender inequality, that women are systematically more successful than men (Gorbatai & Nelson 2015, p.1). Let us explore why.
|Publication date||3 Feb 2020|
|Place of Publication||Frederiksberg|
|Publisher||The Business of Society|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Feb 2020|
Nielsen, K. R. (2020, Feb 3). Female Entrepreneurs & Reward-based Crowdfunding: Offline Inequality and Online Equality? Frederiksberg: The Business of Society. http://www.bos-cbscsr.dk/2020/02/03/female-entrepreneurs-reward-based-crowdfunding/