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From Cabify to Glovo, the only woman to head a Spanish VC firm has backed some of the country’s most successful startups to date

With the lack of powerful women leaders in the tech world, Beatriz González is a rare role model as Spain’s first and only female head of a venture capital firm. Her flagship VC, Seaya Ventures, only started in 2013, but in no time González has become a powerful trailblazer in an industry where just 8% of the partners in the top 100 VC firms are women.  
Spotting a funding gap for capital-hungry startups in Spain, González left a high-flying job at the Telefonica pension fund Fonditel in 2011 to become a business angel in the fast-moving tech world.

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