8 Ways Women Entrepreneurs Can Use Crowdfunding Successfully
Women Entrepreneurs Are Using Crowdfunding More
Crowdfunding can actually be a very effective way to get a business off the ground and keep it rolling. And women are taking advantage of it more and more. These days, 47% of successful campaigns on the popular crowdfunding site Indiegogo are run by women, according to Sarah Meister, the site’s outreach manager.
There are also a few crowdfunding platforms specifically for women entrepreneurs, such as iFundWomen and Women You Should Fund. Local cohorts of iFundWomen have been launched in Boston, Nashville, Newark, Philadelphia and Raleigh-Durham, as well as the state of Maryland.
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