Jessica Cohen, The Product Agent
Grant Recipient

November 15, 2021

WomensNet Marketing Grant Awarded to The Product Agent

The Product Agent

Woman Entrepreneur:
Jessica Cohen

Congratulations to Jessica Cohen, Founder of The Product Agent for being the WomensNet Marketing Grant recipient.

The Product Agent works to connect emerging and already established brands to the productions in order for the brands to grow and get more exposure.

Cohen says, “Our differentiator from other product placement companies is our vision to create an online community where production crew and brands can connect directly. Our self-serve technology saves brands and productions time and money. It gives brands the ability to build relationships that will last them a lifetime and be able to tell their story directly to the person responsible for its use on set.”

Through her WomensNet Marketing Grant (worth $25,000), we helped Jessica with:


If you want to apply for the 2021 WomensNet Grants, view our website for more information. Applications are currently being reviewed for the $10,000 Amber Grant. You can apply today to be considered.

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“Every month, WomensNet awards three $10,000 Amber Grants to women-owned businesses. At the end of each year, monthly grant winners are eligible to receive one of three $25,000 annual grants.”


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“The Amber Grant offers three $10,000 grants to women-owned businesses each month. Then, at the end of each year, WomensNet gives an additional $25,000 to three grant winners from that year.”

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“This organization offers monthly grants of up to $10,000 to support female entrepreneurs starting businesses. Those who qualify for these grants are also in the running for a yearly $25,000 grant.”