London-based venture capital firm Fuel Ventures is hoping to improve the diversity represented by the companies it invests in and remove unconscious bias within its investment process by anonymising the founding members of all pitch decks it receives over the next three months.
The tech-focused venture capital firm said it was trialling the initiative after its own research revealed that just 4% of over 4,000 pitch decks submitted over the last four years have been from companies...
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