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While angel funding is most commonly used for startups, some investors do fund follow-on rounds of financing for established companies, says Stephanie Hanbury-Brown, founder and managing director of Golden Seeds, an angel network focused on investing in woman-owned businesses.
Hanbury-Brown started Golden Seeds because she noticed it's harder for female entrepreneurs to raise capital than males. She also had a long-term vision: "We need more companies owned and run by women so they can create an environment where women can get to the top and have sustainable careers at the top."
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