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If you are startinggrowing, or supporting women-led companies, you need to know about funding.

As a global advisor to startups and scaleups, I’m so proud to be an ambassador for the Women Get Funded program which educates you about your funding options.

An educated person is a person empowered to take charge of their journey.

Here are 3 reasons I support this program:

  1. Alicia teaches you 30 different ways to fund your startup or your business
  2. She makes you think about funding as a process – and you are in charge of the process
  3. You can do the program on your own schedule and from wherever you are in the world

This is a unique program that combines street smarts with academic rigor so you can:

1. Develop an actionable plan:

  • Think, act, and talk to get funded
  • Make funding needs disappear without reducing the value of ownership
  • Leverage on the power of family, friends, crowds, and sponsors
  • Create irresistible propositions for partnerships
  • Impress angel investors and venture capitalists
  • Use lenders and other people’s money to expand your impact
  • Feel energized and in control of the funding process
  • Use any combination of 30+ funding options

2.     Avoid giving up too much of your company to investors who don’t share your values.

3.     Have funds to pay yourself, your employees and your suppliers, what you are worth.

4.     Increase your impact; become a leader in your industry, and a role model for others.

5.     Become a business owner, and reap the rewards of your hard work in the future.

If you would like to learn more, you can sign up for Alicia’s free guide on How to Craft a Funding Strategy and learn more at

*Full Transparency: I receive compensation if you pay to join the program through my links. I am delighted to promote services, products and programs that I believe will help make you a better person and a better professional.

Here I am with Alicia at her Christmas party in 2018. You can see that I know her and I know the work she does to educate people about their choices to fund their companies.

Alicia is an angel investor at Sand Hill Angels, the second most active angel group in the United States. She also teaches at Stanford University. She knows what she’s talking about. So I’m very proud to be an ambassador for this program.