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Launching While Female should find enthusiastic readers among women who want to launch, but probably even more so among women who ve already launched for solidarity, for inspiration to seek out more support and community, for knowing they re not alone in this endeavor, and that they re paving the way for those who aspire, for those who are coming up a few steps behind them.
Women s Review of Books
It is critically important that we continue to unpack and understand the nuance of how the white patriarchy continues to diminish, stunt, and end the careers of the 70 percent of us who are not them. Launching While Female provides an incisive, well-researched, and clear view into the small and large obstacles for women in the entrepreneurial and venture-capital realms. A must-read for those seeking to understand how sexism continues to happen in business and how we might go about trying to change it.
Naomi McDougall Jones, author of The Wrong Kind of Women
Susanne Althoff s Launching While Female is opening the door wider to expose what women founders have known for years: there s a different set of rules for launching a business if you re a woman.
Nikki Porcher, Black woman activist and founder of Buy from a Black Woman
Launching While Female offers new and essential insights on the challenges facing women entrepreneurs in today s male-dominated start-up world and illustrates why helping diverse founders succeed matters to society. This is an important book that highlights start-up stories along with key strategies for investors, educators, and civic leaders to help nurture and support the next generation of business leaders and big ideas.
Heather Cabot, coauthor of Geek Girl Rising: Inside the Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech
If the lack of measurable progress for women-led businesses teaches us anything, it s that it is not enough to simply elevate women. In Launching While Female, Althoff reminds us of the importance of demolishing the vast collection of myths that hold women back, from the absurdity of meritocracies to self-made delusions. Countering a sea of pointless, aggressively positive platitudes, Althoff gives founders a much-needed, data-driven reality check and stellar examples to emulate.
Nathalie Molina Niño, investor and author of Leapfrog: The New Revolution for Women Entrepreneurs
Susanne Althoff has written a comprehensive and insightful book on women entrepreneurs and the realities they (still) face in launching ventures. Importantly, it distinguishes the increased challenges faced by women of color and nonbinary entrepreneurs in today s entrepreneurship ecosystem. As an educator, I think this book constitutes required reading!
Lakshmi Balachandra, gender and entrepreneurship researcher, associate professor of entrepreneurship, Babson College