Business competitions can be great ways to get capital, exposure, or a chance to pitch investors. But how can you win one?
Every business could use more money and expert input.
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A recent infographic from OnlineBusinessDegree.org looks at female entrepreneurship, and specifically how such entrepreneurs are on the rise. "Just 40 years ago an woman could be denied a small business loan because of her sex," the graphic notes. But today, nearly four decades after the 1974 Equal Credit Act made such discrimination illegal, nearly 1-in-3 businesses are owned by women, and women are starting businesses at nearly twice the rate of men.
A new video presented by LinkedIn and Citi as part of their Get Connected series features Cheryl Kellond, the founder and CEO of athletic technology company Bia Sport, which Kellond describes as "the first iconic fitness brand built around data and women." In the three-and-half-minute video, Kellond talks about how she transitioned from being a single mother making $20,000 a year to being a businesswoman and founding her own successful company.
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A start-up called the Legacy Movement has launched a new program to support entrepreneurs in underserved communities. The subscription-based "educational ecosystem" will connect underserved entrepreneurs, including women, veterans, and minorities, with mentorship and funding opportunities. The goal is to help these entrepreneurs "launch and sustain new businesses, build generational wealth, attract capital and create more jobs."