Chloe Capital is a women-led venture capital firm dedicated to shifting the paradigm when it comes to the lack of venture capital activity and network-style business opportunities for women. The ownership at Chloe Capital seems to have a close relationship with analytics, and you start to get a feel for this as you explore their online content. “Despite recent progress, less than 5% of all venture capital in the U.S. goes to women-led tech companies.” A direct quote from their website, and a statement that reflects the reasoning behind the foundation of the company. Businesses who take a liking to analytics tend to have a better overall look at the bigger picture. Chloe Capital is no exception to this pattern. Their team recognizes the importance of a network of support and opportunity. The term “network” gets thrown around a lot today, and the frequency of use can diminish from its importance. Not here. The Chloe Capital team has manifested an ecosystem of support that extends access to resources, co-investors, mentorship opportunities, and the nuances of a network that helps startups grow.
Speaking with Chloe Capital was powerful, and a process that was dense with information that reflects the reality of our country’s economic state. For every eye-opening stat that supports the absolute need for the existence of companies like Chloe Capital, there were five more rooted in optimism from the sheer performance of women-led companies across the nation. The facts are in, and the data is easy to read; companies that focus on diversity perform better, and that gap is only going to continue to widen. Our conversation with Elisa Miller-Out, Co-Founder of Chloe Capital was truly a pleasure. Check it out below: