Women Entrepreneur sites

As one who sees many a women that can better a man at their game, I’m all about supporting those that need to rise to their A game and sometimes need a helping hand or even sometimes a push in the right direction.

So here a list of some of the women links of women entrepreneurs. Enjoy the links.

“A man (or woman) who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.” – Max Lucado

Article “Decade of the Woman Entrepreneur” at the Kauffman Foundation

Article by Open Forum “WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES AMONG THE LEADERS IN JOB CREATION AND REVENUE GROWTH, ACCORDING TO NEW AMERICAN EXPRESS RESEARCH”

Ladies Who Launch - Find information on successful women entrepreneurs as well as resources for women in business online from Ladies Who Launch.

Geek Girl Camp -

Girls In Tech - An organization focused on women’s innovative and entrepreneurial achievements in technology

SheEOs - this is an informal group, but the idea has stickability.

Web Start Women -  Empowering female coders and creators in the Philadelphia and Boston areas and across the web and online.

Pink Link Pages - The Directory of Women-Owned and Women-Led Business.

Womenpreneurs - Boston WomenPreneurs is a social media platform for established women CEO’s and entrepreneurs starting companies to learn and connect.

Women 2.0 - Women 2.0 is an emerging global media company for aspiring and current female entrepreneurs to launch successful scalable, innovative ventures.

Astia - Is a community of experts committed to building women leader and accelerating the funding and growth of high potential, high-growth, women-led startups.

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2 thoughts on “Women Entrepreneur sites

  1. Thanks so much for including Web Start Women on your list! We have a very active community in Boston and also offer online collaborative web development classes for women and girls via Codagogy (http://codagogy.com). Online courses are 2 weeks long and made up of succinct lessons that you can do whenever they fit into your schedule during a 2-3 day window (due dates keep you accountable). The material is presented through a mix of text, example code, and short screencasts. You get personal feedback on your assignments from an instructor, and can post questions to your classmates in the study group. Hope you will check Codagogy out. :-)

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