Research on female crowdfunding successes shows that women are better fundraisers than men, but reveals true extent of bias
Research on female crowdfunding successes shows women are better fundraisers than men. However, there is still a lack of investment in women from senior executives, revealing the true extent of unconscious bias existing in business and wider society.
As those who follow us will be well aware, at AnyGood?, we’re fascinated with finding solutions to remove bias from hiring. The trend of hailing AI as the answer to this has been around for a while now, but is robot recruiting really the ‘miracle solution’ that many claim it to be?
The sharing economy, something we are passionate about at AnyGood?, is growing faster than ever, and with it, the importance of trust. So, how do sharing economy companies build this trust?
Almost 6000 people interested in disrupting recruitment with AnyGood? crowdfunding investment opportunity
As many of you will know, last month, we started our crowdfunding activity. After launching a campaign on Seedrs, with a three-year forecast valuation of £42 million, the amount of interest that the campaign has already received has been extremely encouraging.
As those who follow our activities will be aware, we are preparing to begin crowdfunding. As huge advocates of the power of crowdfunding, we thought it’d be beneficial to give examples of some of most successful and inspirational stories which show the positive effects of crowdfunding.
As readers of my blog will know, I try to be as vocal as I can about diversity, especially in the workplace. This week, a report highlighting the shocking underinvestment in female start-ups has reinforced my feelings that there are still many barriers to be overcome.
As those of you who follow us will know, we kicked off our crowdfunding activity this month! We’ve launched a campaign on Seedrs, with a 3 year forecast valuation of £42 million. As strong believers in using community to solve problems, it’s natural that we’ve turned to crowdfunding to grow further.
A report this week from the Boston Consulting Group revealed that workers who believe their employer has failed to make any progress on diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the past three years are three times more likely to leave their job. Discover my thoughts on the topic and what needs to change.
As readers will know, I’m fascinated by new industry models and the potential they hold for people and businesses. This week, I read an interesting World Economic Forum article on some of the expected sharing economy trends in 2019, and while I don’t necessarily agree with them all, there were certainly some interesting points raised.
Following on from a piece that I recently wrote for AMBA, (The Association of MBA’s), I would like to expand on how professionals can harness the power of their network as the shared economy drives disruption.