Needing money for your business and not knowing how to get it is a situation that women are facing in increasing numbers. While women have been starting new companies at twice the rate that men have, they start with six times less capital than men do.
Their businesses also tend to stay smaller—under $200,000 in revenues. As one of the 3 percent of women who have achieved over $1 million in revenue, the answer to this question has put Julia Pimsleur on a mission to help one million women entrepreneurs get to $1M in revenues by 2020.
Through speaking engagements, in-person and online boot camps as well as her book, Million Dollar Women, Julia addresses the gap in fundraising by educating women on the “how-to’s” of raising capital, working efficiently, delegating, creating powerful networks and overcoming the limiting beliefs that tend to hold women back so they can achieve the “Triple Win” of Money, Meaning and Mobility.