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Award to a female entrepreneur to recognize outstanding business growth and impact on product markets. In addition to making an equity investment in the prize winner's company, the funding source will afford selected honorees with the opportunity to compete for monetary prizes and coaching assistance. Eligible business categories include health and wellness, STEM, business services, social good, fashion, beauty, food and beverage, and art, media, and entertainment.
IFundWomen Entrepreneur of the Year (IFWEOY21) is IFundWomen's biggest funding program yet that rewards and celebrates extraordinary women entrepreneurs who have proven product-market fit, driven growth, and demonstrated a meaningful impact through their businesses.
All women entrepreneurs are encouraged to apply for the chance to be named the 2021 IFundWomen Entrepreneur of the Year, who will be awarded an equity investment of $100,000. An equity investment is when an individual or a company invests money into a private or a public company to become a shareholder. In this case, IFundWomen, inc. will make a $100,000 investment into the grand prize winner’s company.
In addition, hundreds of thousands of dollars in monetary grants and coaching scholarships will be deployed to category honorees and runners-up. In October 2021, a group of semifinalists will have the opportunity to present their business during a multi-day live pitch summit in hopes of solidifying their spot as an IFundWomen Entrepreneur of the Year Honoree.
Cash prizes and coaching memberships will be awarded to the IFundWomen Entrepreneur of the Year and selected Honorees. The winner and honorees will be named across the eight business categories mentioned above.
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IFundWomen will be awarding one (1) grand prize winner with an equity investment. In addition, hundreds of thousands of dollars in monetary grants and coaching scholarships will be deployed to category honorees and runners-up.
IFundWomen will be awarding one (1) grand prize winner with a $100,000 equity investment in their company.
In addition to the 2021 IFundWomen Entrepreneur of the Year, honorees will be named across eight business categories. Over $100,000 in prizing and coaching memberships will be awarded to the IFundWomen Entrepreneur of the Year and selected Honorees.
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