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November 10th 2011

Angel Investing…is it for You?

I wanted to share a great article with you. It’s about Angel Investing for Women, and it gives 10 practical tips on how women entrepreneurs like you can get angel investors to fund your business idea.

Before we get to the angel investing article, a friendly reminder that the November WomensNet.net grant winner will be selected in just a few short weeks. If you’re interested in telling us your story, you can apply for the grant today. It only takes a few minutes, and we’d love to hear from you.
Now to the story on angel investing for women. This issue is near and dear to us because every WomensNet.net grant application has an option for women to be considered by an angel investor. We have a network of people willing to help women business owners – including angel investors.
Surprisingly, most women who apply for the WomensNet.net Amber Grant don’t ask to be reviewed by a potential angel investor. And yet, there could be someone right now who is willing to invest in you and your business idea. Whether it’s one of our angel investors or another group, it’s yet another way to get money for your business.
With that in mind, check out the article on Angel Investing for Women.
Have a great weekend!

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