Women in Tech Festival 2017: Rashmi Gopinath, Microsoft Ventures


Synopsis

Rashmi Gopinath, Investing Partner at Microsoft Ventures. Rashmi shares statistics like less than 25% women in computing and technology jobs and less than 5% women in executive roles. Rashmi shares her key advice to female founders from an investor perspective.

 

About Rashmi Gopinath
Rashmi leads enterprise software investments for Microsoft Ventures in the Bay Area. She brings a combination of strong venture capital and startup operating experience. Previously, Rashmi was an Investment Director at Intel Capital focused on investing in cloud, infrastructure, and big data companies. She also led global business development for high-growth startups Couchbase and BlueData. Prior to that, she held business development and product development positions at GE and Oracle.

 

Presentation held at Silicon Valley Forum’s Women in Tech Festival 2017, hosted by Microsoft, Mountain View on March 24th-25th, 2017.


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Women in Tech Festival 2017: Rashmi Gopinath, Microsoft Ventures

Rashmi Gopinath, Investing Partner at Microsoft Ventures. Rashmi shares statistics like less than 25% women in computing and technology jobs

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