iFundWomen New Hampshire ‘a wonderful opportunity’ By NHBR Staff Published: March 7, 2019 A crowdfunding platform for women entrepreneurs has been launched in New Hampshire with the goal of driving funding to early stage women-led businesses The platform, called iFundWomen New Hampshire, was unveiled Thursday at an event held at The Bookery in Manchester, where Mayor Joyce Craig announced its creation. The platform is a joint effort of the Center for Women and Enterprise, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation and iFundWomen, which has been named by Nasdaq as one of the 10 best sources of funding for women entrepreneurs. “This is a wonderful opportunity for women entrepreneurs across our state,” said Craig. “By establishing a system that helps female business owners gain access to capital, we can make our New Hampshire business landscape more representative of those who live here.” All women-led businesses in the state are eligible to sign up for the inaugural cohort. Entrepreneurs who sign up will have the option to start their crowdfunding campaigns immediately or receive coaching first. They will have access to video production services, a community of entrepreneurs utilizing the iFundWomen platform, as well as local, one-on-one crowdfunding coaching, offered by New Hampshire… Read full this story
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