How fashion startups get funding in a male-dominated VC industry

Fashion apparel is a $300 billion global industry, but Nineteenth Amendment founders Amanda Curtis and Gemma Sole still spend a lot of time explaining to venture capitalists why there’s money to be made in fashion tech.

The two women have found themselves defending the most basic concepts when pitching their startup, which serves as an online marketplace for young fashion designers looking to get established.

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