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Power Panel of Female Founders: Access to Funding

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Nov. 3 2015, Published 7:00 p.m. ET

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COST: $30

VENUE: Impact Hub New York

ADDRESS: 394 Broadway, New York, NY 10013, USA

Women Motivating Women Power Panel 

Are you looking to raise capital for your business or seeking early-stage seed funding to initiate your launch? Do you find yourself being overwhelmed by all the options? Choosing the right resource can be complicated and, let's face it, risky. Where do you start looking for a funder? Do you go for a bank loan or turn to non-traditional lenders like OnDeck? Maybe you're assessing an equity line of credit with Kabbage or considering a crowdfunding campaign? Or maybe your plan is to go big so you're seeking VC funding.  

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Whatever your objective, the best place to start is getting some practical advice from women who have already been through it. Learn about the pros/cons of the various alternatives and what funders look for in applicants. Now is your chance to ask those burning questions and get some inspiration to make your big move and start raising capital.

Our panel of amazing, driven female entrepreneurs will discuss how they financed their business, the challenges they faced along the way, and tips for entrepreneurs seeking funding. The panel has experience in crowdfunding, loans, bootstrapping, attracting investors, and alternative sources of funding.

Whether you're already in business or just starting out, join Career 2.0 and Economic Ventures for an evening of discussion and networking at the open Cava bar before and after the event!

Panelists

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  • Aurora Anaya-Cerda: Owner of La Casa Azul Bookstore (crowdfunding and grant recipient)
  • Gurjot Sidhu: Owner of Gurjot New York (self-funded)
  • Julia Pimsleur: Founder and CEO of Little Pim and author of Million Dollar Women (VC funding)
  • Carolyn Lanzetta: Co-Founder and CEO of Plum Print (seed round funding & angel investors)

Moderator

Geri Stengel is founder and president of Ventureneer, a content marketing, marketing research and education company that helps companies reach small businesses. As a writer (author of Forget the Glass Ceiling: Building Your Business Without One and Stand Out In the Crowd: How Women (and Men) Benefit From Equity CrowdfundingForbes contributor writing about the success factor of women entrepreneurs QuickBooks contributor writing about finance), consultant, teacher (Kauffman FastTrac facilitator and former adjunct professor at The New School) and speaker. 

Doors open at 7 pm, mix and mingle with open bar. Panel to start promptly at 7.30 pm.

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