Updated 1759 GMT (0159 HKT) December 2, 2020
Two years ago, Shani Dowell gave up a stable career and much of her bank account to take a chance on a business idea.
Bridging the funding gap is long overdue
Raising funds is not a one-size-fits-all
Changing the ecosystem
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