While women in tech still bring in a lower percentage of investment dollars, there is hope on the horizon.
If you want information about small business funding, you've come to the right place. We've rounded up the most common sources of funding for startups, from friends and family money to Kickstarter campaigns, from SBA loans to venture capital. You'll also find some information about small business grants for women.
Despite the odds and depressing statistics, these female-founded firms raked in millions of dollars from investors – and made headlines – this year.
Fatoumata Ba, the Senegalese founder of Janngo Capital, is now investing in other startups that are owned by or benefit women.
A new study analyzes the data to see where women entrepreneurs are receiving venture capital.
After taking home the grand prize in a competition — and praise from Padma Lakshmi — Hannah Hong will put the seed money toward building her startup.
The Top Chef host helped select Hannah Hong of Hakuna Brands to receive the top honor in the Stacy’s Rise Project contest.
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.com guides you through keeping your business afloat in rough waters.
Women entrepreneurs: Want to pitch your business idea to investors? A new study suggests female founders might have better luck sending a cold pitch via email than previously thought.
Over the weekend, California Senator and 2020 presidential hopeful Kamala Harris unveiled her plan for assisting black entrepreneurs. Not all of it was well-received.
This summer, dive into these 7 books by and for women to help you succeed as an entrepreneur.
Tracy Edwards, the real-life star of the new documentary, Maiden, made history helming the first all-female crew ever to sail across the world.
Jules Pieri co-founded The Grommet, a marketplace for “maker” products — and overcame being turned down by 250 venture capitalists.
Jodie Davis of American Cuckoo Clock Company is on a mission to keep the tradition of cuckoo clocks alive in the U.S. The startup journey isn’t easy.
Women entrepreneurs looking for how to find investors can try the Fundery, a searchable venture capital database for female founders.
When Claire Tomkins started fertility business Future Family in 2016, her company’s focus was a mystery to male investors. Here’s how she got their attention – and their money.