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Women Founders Network (WFN)
06/01/21 Midnight Pacific Time
Opportunity for USA women entrepreneurs and businesses that are majority women-owned to connect with fundraising resources and mentors. This accelerator program provides highly motivated women with the tools and resources they need to succeed. The competition has helped early-stage women-led businesses craft their stories, messages, monetization plans, legal structure and more.
The individualized attention received by finalists allows these women entrepreneurs to become pitch-ready in a way that makes their business much more appealing to Angels and VCs to support funding to scale.
Must-Have Criteria: The criteria below are must-haves. If the company cannot answer ‘yes’ to all of these, it will be difficult to succeed.
GrantWatch ID#: 180925
There are 5 Finalists and 1 Winner.
- $40,000+ in cash prizes
- Junior Judges’ winner receives $5,000 in cash
- Popular Vote Winner selected by audience
Top 5 Finalist Benefits
- Free professional services worth thousands of dollars based on their needs, such as legal, marketing, etc.
- Receive one-on-one pitch coaching to prepare for the Fast Pitch Event
- Matched with a Financial Mentor to get your financials in order
- Participate in Springboard Enterprises Dolphin Tank with WFN to get friendly feedback on your pitch
- Participate in Private Investor Pitch Event to get feedback and opportunities to connect with investors
- Private 1:1 meeting with an investor
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