At Project W, we are laser-focused on the gender gap in funding for early stage companies founded by women. And, we do more than talk about it. We provide the tools, resources and connections necessary for female founders to raise the capital they need to build great companies.
Through our annual Women Entrepreneurs Boot Camp - WEB - we focus on giving female founders the foundational learning and skills they need to position their companies to raise that next round of capital. Selected through an application process, we invite a small group of exceptional founders from around the country to spend the day with an accomplished faculty of investors, business executives and other experts. Our curriculum is designed to deliver the most relevant content in a highly impactful and experiential way so that our founders are equipped to overcome the challenges of raising the capital necessary to scale their businesses.
Some Recent WEB Success Stories
Kim Gamez (2018 Cohort) raises Seed round for her company, Mi Padrino, with a strategic investment by XO Group.
KJ Miller (2017 Cohort) and Amanda Johnson, co-founders of Mented, featured in Vanity Fair as two of 27 black female founders who have raised more than $1 million.
Successful exit by Jennifer Googin (2017 Cohort) who sold her company, Pippin Foods to Crave Food Systems.
Kobi Wu (2018 Cohort) founder of VsuWall, accepted to XRC Labs 6th Cohort.