Women’s PE Briefs is the weekly e-Newsletter covering the achievements of the leading women in private equity, venture capital and other alternatives. Published weekly on Fridays with original reporting, video interviews and a comprehensive news roundup, no other publication provides such timely and sustained coverage of this important leadership group.

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An advocate for healthy and sustainable food, Renske Lynde – general partner at 1st Course Capital – recounts how she first started working in the food and agricultural sector and how the same goal has propelled her throughout her 25 year career. Focusing on startups with innovations to food production and consumption, Renske describes in our latest interview some of the companies 1st Course Capital invests in, saying that their primary goal is “finding and resourcing entrepreneurs that are driving towards broadscale change in the food system.” She also provides insights on how the food sector is adapting to the “new normal” of COVID-19, including the shift to direct-to-consumer strategies and taking a close look at how this may impact the industry moving forward.  

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