When it comes to investing diversity, Europe has been blocked



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Francesca Warner, Founder and Director of VC Variants.

Francesca Warner, Founder and Director of VC Variants.Peter Matthews / VC variation.

Over the past six years, much has changed in the technical sector in Europe. Free financing earned from $ 5 billion to $ 23 billion, the number of companies estimated at more than $ 1 billion increased from 13 to 61, Europe has grown to 5.7 million developers, more than

One thing that has not changed? The amount of funding for women's technology companies.

In 2013, only 2 per cent of the funding was provided to women in basic human rights. In 2018, according to Atomico State of Europe Tech 2018 Report which has been released today, the number struck 2%.

Atomico State of Europe Europe 2018

It is a "remorse of remembrance as long as we can still continue" Francesca Warner, the head of the company and the VC's policy group, has been told Forbes before writing the report.

"With regard to the current level, it will take hundreds of years to reach the level of women equally involved in men."

Improvement is a big tactic to develop STEM courses in schools, increasing pressure on companies to publish their own numbers and the legal requirements of U.K. companies to publish their gender wages.

The data shows that these efforts and awareness raising for diversity make people think about it Things are changing, even if the actual figures show otherwise.

Atomico State of Europe Europe 2018.

Over 75% of the 5,000 technology founders and staff responding to Atomico search said they believe that their workplace is inclusive.

But the proportion of female participants in the European TV shows is still 22%, and this figure has risen over the last three years.

"The environment has not changed rapidly," said Niklas Zennström, founder at Atomico.

"We can not change the funding for the allocated funds to other non-profit communities, but these numbers will be more readable."

One of the founding women of successful mariners is Tugce Bulut, whose concept launched its customers in Streetbees has raised $ 16.23 million ($ 20.67 million) since 2014.

"It is nearly impossible to get out of advertising because the women's business has got a small part of the investment in Europe," she said Forbes.

So far, Cloud, like other successful female founders, is still outside the European financial hub, otherwise they are ashamed of business groups.

UPDATE 2018-12-06 – & nbsp; Changed to show that 2% of the total European financing for women financing is not 2% funding for the financing.

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Francesca Warner, Founder and Director of VC Variants.

Francesca Warner, Founder and Director of VC Variants.Peter Matthews / VC variation.

Over the past six years, much has changed in the technical sector in Europe. Free financing earned from $ 5 billion to $ 23 billion, the number of companies estimated at more than $ 1 billion increased from 13 to 61, Europe has grown to 5.7 million developers, more than

One thing that has not changed? The amount of funding for women's technology companies.

In 2013, only 2 per cent of the funding was provided to women in basic human rights. In 2018, according to Atomico State of Europe's 2018 report released today, it hit 2%.

Atomico State of Europe Europe 2018

It is a "remorse of remembrance as long as we can still continue" Francesca Warner, the head of the company and the VC's policy group, has been told Forbes before writing the report.

"With regard to the current level, it will take hundreds of years to reach the level of women equally involved in men."

Improvement is a big tactic to develop STEM courses in schools, increasing pressure on companies to publish their own numbers and the legal requirements of U.K. companies to publish their gender wages.

The data shows that these efforts and awareness raising for diversity make people think about it Things are changing, even if the actual figures show otherwise.

Atomico State of Europe Europe 2018.

Over 75% of the 5,000 technology founders and staff responding to Atomico search said they believe that their workplace is inclusive.

But the proportion of female participants in the European TV shows is still 22%, and this figure has risen over the last three years.

"The environment has not changed rapidly," said Niklas Zennström, founder at Atomico.

"We can not change the funding for the allocated funds to other non-profit communities, but these numbers will be more readable."

One of the founding women of successful mariners is Tugce Bulut, whose concept launched its customers in Streetbees has raised $ 16.23 million ($ 20.67 million) since 2014.

"It is nearly impossible to get out of advertising because the women's business has got a small part of the investment in Europe," she said Forbes.

So far, Cloud, like other successful female founders, is still outside the European financial hub, otherwise they are ashamed of business groups.

UPDATE 2018-12-06 – Changed to consider that 2% of the total European investments associated with basic women, not 2% financing funding.