Since the Census Bureau started keeping track in 1997, women-owned businesses have gone up 50 percent. As of 2011, these 8.1 million businesses have generated nearly $13 trillion in revenues, employing nearly 7.7 million people as of 2011. While women are definitely making strides in business investment, they still make up only 8 percent of the founding population for start-ups and on average start ventures with 8 percent less funding than men. Pemo Theodore, founder of EZebis, a site to help support high growth women-led companies created this infographic to show where women stand in investing today. For all those female entrepreneurs, how well do you relate to this data?