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Key insights, tips, and advice for your funding journey


February 2020

FEBRUARY 13, 2020

Co-founder love stories



Here at IFundWomen, we’re all about giving you access to the capital, coaching, and community you need to turn your passion project into a real business.

One of the ways we see entrepreneurs utilizing our IFundWomen community is to do “co-founder dating,” i.e. to find the perfect partner for their business that they can commit to.

There are many scenarios in which an entrepreneur brings on a co-founder:

  • The creative visionary founder brings on a technical co-founder to spec and build the actual product
  • The solo founder brings on a co-founder to share in the highs, the lows, the panic, and the success of running a startup
  • A tech-minded founder brings on a sales whiz co-founder to facilitate growth

And the benefits of having multiple co-founders are well documented.

In honor of Galentine’s Day, we talked to four co-founder teams from the IFundWomen community with solid relationships. Take notes, ladies.

And if you’re looking for a co-founder, join IFundWomen’s Slack community. Hopefully you’ll find the one you’re looking for.

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FEBRUARY 6, 2020

Want to crush your 2020 goals? Meet Zeina



Hi, I’m Zeina!

I’m IFundWomen’s Business Development Director and Goal Setting Coach. That means I work closely with each member of our coaching community to help them determine their vision, articulate their top three priorities, and create a personalized roadmap to achieving their goals.

The top three priorities my Coaching clients identified needing help with in 2019 were:

1️⃣ How to become a thought leader

2️⃣ How to untangle a messy ball of next steps and to-do lists

3️⃣ How to create an engaged pipeline of potential customers

If any of these sound familiar, I’d love to chat with you. My DMs are always open.

I’m a big believer in the power of community, coaching, and mentoring. 48% of women cite the lack of access to mentors as a major barrier: people who have been there, done that and can show them the ropes. We’re simply not at our best when we work alone.

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