100 funding tips from the experts (founders and investors) to help you move forward on your fundraise
What’s 100 Days of Funding Tips?
Every year, there is a global project called #100DaysProject, where anyone from around the world can pick a project to and do it for 100 days — whether it’s picking up a new language, playing the guitar, coding skills or whatever tickles your fancy. My dear friend Elena Rossini told me and Monica Parker about this project and given that we are all in lockdown in France during the Covid-19 crisis and in need of doing a thing we care about to help others, the 3 musketeers (or actually part of the WonderWomen — but that’s another story for later) comitted to doing it. Each of us chose a theme and became accountability buddies for each other to see this through.
The 100 Days Project officially started on April 7th, and I’m starting today! Seeing as my life’s mission is to help get 1 Million Women Entrepreneurs Funded by 2030 (and more beyond!), I thought it might be useful to share practical Funding Tips for entrepreneurs, to energise, inspire and nudge you towards taking that next step on your journey to funding — and having some fun along the way!
Where do the Funding Tips come from?
Over the next 100 Days, you’ll get great Funding Tips from Investors, Women Entrepreneurs who’ve successfully raised money as well as key players in the global funding ecosystem, be their Accelerator leaders, Crowdfunding , Key Funding event organisers, platform leaders and so much more. The point being, we want you to get great tips from the people who really do know about funding — from the inside out, and all sides of the table.
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Why We Are Doing This Series? Simple:
Each Funding Tip will have it’s own post here, so you can learn more about the person behind it, what they are doing and how to connect with them.
How will these Funding Tips help you in your Fundraise?
How can You get featured?
Are you eager to share your own Funding Tip with the world?
If so, I’d love to hear from you, and especially welcome people from all areas of diversity! All you need to do is tick the ‘I want to be featured’ box on the sign up page, or email the name and contact details of the person you recommend to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can you find this Series?
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All the best,