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18% of Indian startups have at least one woman founder: Nasscom report

The Nasscom report reflects on the rising presence of women in Indian start-up ecosystem

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BS Web Team New Delhi
A report by National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom), in collaboration with Zinnov on India's start-up ecosystem, said that 18 per cent of companies have at least one woman founder or co-founder. 

At least 36 unicorns and potential unicorns in India have at least one woman founder or co-founder, the report titled Zinnov-Nasscom India tech start-up landscape report 2022 highlighted. 

The Nasscom report reflects on the rising presence of women in the Indian start-up ecosystem. 

According to the report, 17 per cent of all Investment deals between 2019 to 2022 were raised by women-led start-ups in India. 

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First Published: Feb 15 2023 | 11:31 PM IST

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