Women in Technology Venture Fund
The BDC Capital Women in Technology (WIT) Venture Fund is one of the world’s largest venture capital funds dedicated to investing in women-led technology companies and helping to build a robust ecosystem to support women in tech today and in the future.
We are unique in that we have a dual mandate: To deliver a return on the investment and make a lasting impact on the Canadian tech ecosystem.
We do this in three ways:
We invest in women-led tech companies that bring together the right people, technology and resources to disrupt today’s markets.
We invest in emerging venture funds with at least one-woman partner, which have also committed to investing in women-led tech companies.
We work with many partners to develop and support a self-sustaining ecosystem for women that provides mentorship, networking, and tools to ensure they thrive.
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We offer a variety of free, online learning tools that women entrepreneurs can use to fine tune their business knowledge and succeed (webinars, blogs, articles, e-books, podcasts, etc.)
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If you are a women-led tech business with global ambition, let’s talk. Entrepreneurs may also apply for financing or leverage the many other tools and services that the bank offers.
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