Funding is an important aspect that can make a business stand out in the ever-changing competitive business environment. Grants are some of the ways businesses, especially those owned by women, can get financial support. However, applying for a grant and getting it approved are two entirely different things. For instance, you expect the donors to receive a couple of other applications too, and given they have a limited amount of funds, only a few can be approved.
1. The Project Title is Key
2. Executive Summary Addressing the Donor
3. Double Check Grant Requirements
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Which Network Are You In?
Fundid is on a mission to get women-owned businesses the capital they need to grow so that we can all close the business wealth gap. While 42% of businesses in the US are owned by women, they only account for 4% of revenue generated by private businesses. We spend our time at Fundid thinking about what the world would look like if women also generated 42% of revenue and how to get them the capital they need to make that happen. Fundid is creating new ways to get small businesses the capital they need to grow and is built from the feedback of women entrepreneurs.