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WomensNet helps you network with other women entrepreneurs and business professionals.

We understand the power of knowledge.  And that’s what each of the sites below have to offer you as a women entrepreneur.  Browse the list and navigate to some of our favorite women-in-business resources.

*Interested in submitting your site or a suggested site for the Network?  Let us know: info@womensnet.net

Kabbage

Kabbage understands the challenges of funding your business.  Trying to grow your business, all while trying to keep up with our busy lives is tough.  Getting working capital to grow your business shouldn’t be.  A straight-forward and friendly source for funding, Kabbage was founded on the principles of honesty and commitment to their customers.

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The Grant Helpers

With 32 years of combined grant writing and proposal management experience, The Grant Helpers can help you get the grant funding you need to accomplish your goals.  The Grant Helpers can also put you in touch with a variety of vendors who can be of service in the areas you need.  They’re an excellent resource to consider before applying for an Amber Grant.

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Women 2.0

Women 2.0 is a media company offering content, community and conferences for aspiring and current women innovators in technology.  Their mission is to increase the number of female founders of technology start-ups through inspiration, information and education.

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What people are saying about WomensNet

Forbes

“You have to be in it to win it...seize the opportunity and apply.”

Nerd Wallet

“The Foundation awards $10,000 to a different women-owned business every month. At the end of each year, one of the 12 grant winners is awarded an additional $25,000.”

Score

“Launched 20 years ago this grant honors the memory of a young woman who wanted to be an entrepreneur but died at age 19 before she could achieve her goal.”

Fundera

“The Amber Grant Foundation was launched in 1998 to honor the memory of a young woman. The grant was formed to help women entrepreneurs reach their goals when Amber could not.”