How to Get Funded as a Female Entrepreneur and Grow Your Company to $100 Million+
Isn't it time you get to sit at your own table?
It’s a familiar story...
Two women entrepreneurs met each other when they sat at the same lunch table during a business conference for women entrepreneurs. 

They both seemed to have much in common. They were both passionate about their company. They both invested a great deal of time and energy in growing their businesses, and they were driven.

But there was one key difference between them...

One of them was confident in her ability to get the funding she needed to grow her company, having the impact she wanted, and getting the rewards she deserved. 

The other believed that finding funds was next to impossible, which made her think much smaller about the potential impact of her business. She worked with far fewer resources, always settling for slower growth and less impact than she knew was possible through her business.

The entrepreneur who was confident about her funding skills was able to grow not only the revenue in her business, but also the reach and impact. She was also well on her way to optimizing the financial return on her investment in growing this business.

The smaller thinking entrepreneur had led her company much longer, but struggled to scale her impact. She continued to play small because she did not have the funding to capitalize on the opportunities she saw. She was frustrated because her offers did not match the level of excellence she knew she could deliver if she had more resources, plus she was struggling to make meets end and find time to enjoy her personal life. She knew that the return she would get when she exited her business would be far lower than what it might have been. 
Have you ever wondered what makes the biggest difference in an entrepreneur’s ability to bring their vision to life?
You might think it’s IQ or street smarts. It’s not.

It isn’t luck or good timing either.

It isn’t that one person has ambition and the other doesn’t.

It isn’t timing in the market—some of the most robust businesses were started in down markets.

The ability to get the resources you need, in a timely fashion, is often the single biggest difference in the impact, revenue, and financial return your business will generate.

Likewise, do you know what causes companies to fail? It is also lack of funds. 

The difference between the women in this story lies in their ability to get the funding they needed to take their business to the next level.

That’s why what I’m about to share with you is so important.

It’s the difference between struggling to start and grow a business for years until you finally give up and get a job—and building a business worth $100 million and beyond.

It’s the difference between selling a company you have built for a fraction of what it could be worth and reaping a massive, life-changing return on the work you have invested to grow your business.  

It’s the difference between playing small and making a big IMPACT in the world by funding your business mission to its greatest potential.

Why the Traditional Funding Advice You Are Hearing Doesn't Work
Startup incubators. Courses on entrepreneurship and pitching investors. Meetings, presentations, and chats about funding. Free webinars on getting funded. Grants, crowdfunding campaigns, loans. Coaches, consultants, and advisors promising to land you backing. The list goes on.
What do all these often lack? 3 things:
The right mindset women entrepreneurs and business owners need to get funded, enjoying the process, learning, and feeling competent and confident.
A clear vision of funding as a process, incorporating all the different stages to your advantage, in a series of connected steps so you don’t miss out of any rewards.
Specific, practical action steps to help you get funded quickly and prevent you from wasting time, doubting yourself, and making mistakes that could ruin your company. 
There are so many misconceptions about getting funding. To name just a few:

​​​​​​​Funding seems like a cold, transactional process, but it is actually a people-to-people process. It’s important to stay connected to this and realize the advantages and disadvantages this means for women. 

Funding seems complicated from the outside but entirely doable once you understand the inner workings. When you learn the right process, you can identify the funding strategy that works for your specific situation without sabotaging your future growth.  

Playing small is not the safe route many would have you believe it is. In practice, playing small with limited results is exhausting and creates a risk that your company will not realize its full potential and often ensures that you, as the founder, will never get the highest return for all your efforts.

How I learned how to get women funded...
My name is Alicia Castillo Holley, and I have personally raised over $20 million dollars in funding. 

More importantly, I have mastered a process of using over 30 ways to get your business funded that has led to a massive amount of wealth created—for entrepreneurs, investors, clients, suppliers, employees, and the community.  

But it wasn’t easy—I had to ditch many wrong ideas being shared with me and learn it all myself.

I grew up in a rural town in Venezuela, and I left Venezuela with two kids and two boxes and set out on my own without expecting a man to support me or my kids. 

After working for over a decade in agricultural sciences with the goal to solve the world’s hunger problems, I learned that entrepreneurship was the key to having an impact.
But I wasn’t satisfied with having a small company to earn an income. I wanted to learn how to create massive corporations, and I didn’t feel anything could prevent me from doing so. 

​​​​​​​I was determined not to fit the stereotypical profile usually assigned to young Latin American women. I went to Babson College - the country’s number one college on entrepreneurship, on a scholarship - and got an MBA. I slept on floors, ate rice and broccoli, and learned as much as I could. Babson College changed my life by giving me access to an amazing education, as well as a group of mentors and supporters, including Jeff Timmons, the founder of Harvard’s first Center for Entrepreneurship.  

​​​​​​​Armed with such knowledge I decided to go back to Latin America and landed in Chile, a progressive country where I’d never been to before, and started knocking on doors. Pitch after pitch after pitch, I would get rejected. People thought I was crazy and would never be able to create the country's first Center for Entrepreneurship. Years later, I applied the same process to start Chile’s first Seed Capital (Venture Capital) fund. My dreams were big and scared a lot of people (sometimes I got scared too). Every day, I gritted my teeth and kept going, learning and documenting the lessons I needed to learn along the way. 
I got really good at ignoring every piece of bad advice that was being offered to me. Advice like:
✓ You can only get funded if you have connections.

✓ There aren’t investors for innovation.

✓ You are a mother and should stay at home with your children (yes, I got this advice many times!).

✓ Be wary of male investors—they just want to have sex with you (several people actually told me this!).

✓ Nobody has done it, so it can’t be done. 
I’m here to tell you all of this advice is wrong. Dead wrong. I’m grateful that I chose to ignore it. I became so good at ignoring bad advice that I even created a process to extract something good out of it! 

​​​​​​​I took everything I learned in my MBA and from my mentors and field tested it. I met new mentors. I read hundreds of books on investing, marketing, psychology, business, and more, and put the lessons into action. 

What didn’t work, I discarded. What did work, I refined.

Through education, persistence, mentorship, trial and error, and sheer force of will, I created a system for women to get funded for my fund. It was around that time that I was talking to Myra Hart, one of the co-founders of Staples, and a Harvard MBA professor, when I got my first glance about women’s access to capital, specifically Venture Capital. On the long drive between New York and Boston on a chilly Autumn afternoon, we had a pivotal conversation. Myra was founding the Diana Project to research why women didn’t get much investments. She wondered if Venture Capitalists were ignoring women. 
“That is impossible," I replied. I was able to raise funds for a VC fund in Chile, where I knew no-one and where many have tried before, and failed.

“How many women-led deals did you see?" Myra asked.
I froze… Of around 4,000 deals we had seen during our first year only ONE was lead by a woman. I knew then that something had to be done, I just didn’t know what. 
Fast forward to now, and not only did I create the Center and the Fund, but I also established the foundation of a robust industry and a massive amount of wealth for entrepreneurs, investors, clients, employees, and myself to the extent that I semi-retired for a while to enjoy my kids’ teens years. I travelled around the world teaching entrepreneurship, innovation, passion, and venture capital, and at the same time, I was able to enjoy a lot of free time, support causes that are close to my heart, and went back to get a PhD in finance. I also took the Diana Project to Australia and became co-chair of one of the most fascinating academic research conferences with global leaders. I also became an author and angel investor in Silicon Valley. 
I’m in awe at what anyone can do when we get funded, and as a woman I couldn't think of a better career path than to be a high-impact entrepreneur. I’ve:
✓ Founded and managed Chile’s first private seed capital fund: Capital Semilla.

✓ Trained thousands of people on creating business models and funding models in 20+ countries. 

✓ Invested in 20+ companies over the past 4 years as a Silicon Valley angel investor. 

✓ Reviewed hundreds of business plans annually as a member of Sand Hill Angels and as a guest judge in business plan competitions, which gives me an inside view on what investors are looking for in pitches and deals.

✓ Started 10+ companies over 30+ years as an entrepreneur, and three non-profits, so I’m familiar with the challenges and stresses you face—and how to overcome them.

✓ I’ve been on 14 boards, and I’ve been in the room for critical decisions about funding. Whatever your biggest funding challenge is, I’ve seen it and I know how to solve it.

✓ Invested in 4 venture capital funds in Silicon Valley.

✓ Lived, worked, and traveled all over the world, so I know what it takes to secure funding—no matter where you live.

✓ Earned a PhD in finance and entrepreneurship, and co-chaired the Diana Conference on Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship, which gives me a strong academic grounding that I use to better equip founders like you as they grow their companies. 
If you follow the very same system my students and I have used to raise funds, you’ll be able to manage your own funding process in a way that is uplifting and enjoyable rather than diminishing and devastating. Imagine what you could achieve if you were able to get the funding you need on your own terms. The sky’s the limit for the business you can build. 

But I’m guessing you’re reading this right now because you’re frustrated with the whole funding process, and those big dreams feel far away, even though you know deep inside that women get funded if they only know how to do it. 

Let me ask you…
Does any of this sound like you?
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You are struggling to raise the funds you desperately need for your startup or young company, and don’t know where to start, or have tried and failed, or you've gotten just a fraction of what you need. You’re increasingly frustrated and doubting yourself. You’re afraid you’re going to lose the money and effort you put into your company, and even worse, the money from friends and family. 
You own a successful small business, you know your clients and your value. You have a good team, but you feel like a slave of your company. You don’t want to keep going like this, but you also don’t want to close it or sell it, but with all the hype around younger women getting funds, you are excited about jumping in and growing your company, having the large impact you know you can have, and creating more wealth for yourself. 
You are increasingly interested in becoming an investor, advisor, or supporting your friends—maybe your mother, your children, or your crazy, entrepreneurial cousin—but you’re not sure how, and you want to take a professional, big-picture view of funding, not just one small part of it. Or you are an investor and feel it is worth checking how you can leverage your investment so the company is more efficient and grows faster.
If Any of That Sounds Like You, Then I Have Good News...and a Warning
The good news is that you can absolutely raise money to fund your goal. You can create, grow, and run a very large company, with a huge valuation and thousands of employees, when you shift your paradigms and learn how to get funded.

The warning is this: women receive a fraction of the funding that men do, and if you don’t do something differently from the large number of women who try and fail to get the funding they need, you’ll be another statistic like them. 

This is why I created an exclusive program for women entrepreneurs ready to find the funding they need to make the leap…
Introducing: Women Get Funded
The Only A-to-Z Course for Women to Learn How to Get Funding
This is a comprehensive program that helps ambitious women like you determine how to fund your company, now, and in the future.
Here’s how it works:

The program is 10 weeks long. Every week, you get 2 pre-recorded lectures less than 30 minutes each, plus a series of supplemental short videos, along with worksheets, exercises, and simulations. There are also one-hour biweekly calls done live, where you can ask questions—and they’re recorded for you to view later as well. 

You’ll have access to the program for 12 full months, giving you plenty of time to practice, test, improve, and close funding deals.

You’ll also get lifetime access to our Facebook and LinkedIn closed group, where you can ask questions and get support from the community, and maybe even find clients, suppliers, or partners. 
You’ll also be invited to guest talks with smart speakers who have a unique perspective in any of the current trends. 

And equally important, you’ll become visible to a group of Silicon Valley Angel Investors who want to support smart women like you in getting funded. They are part of this experience because they’ve seen too many ill-prepared women entrepreneurs fail when making pitches because they:
✓ Don’t know the basics of angel funding

 ✓ Are too early in asking for angel funding

 ✓ Are too late in asking for angel funding

 ✓ Have mismatched expectations because they don’t understand the funding process

 ✓ Don’t know the language to even communicate properly
As an investor myself, it is PAINFUL to watch someone unprepared try to have a conversation about a potential investment. I want to make sure you are fully prepared to get funding. 

In the course, I’ll take you through everything you need to know, step by step, so you’re 100% prepared to get funding.
​​Module 1: The Core Competencies
This module is all about shifting from complaining to taking action. This is how you change your mindset so that you can be one of the women who get the funding they need.
• How the way you think, act, and communicate impacts your funding process and what is the appropriate mental model to do so. 

 • How you can learn to receive blunt feedback from others - including investors - and use it to learn and improve so the process is actually enjoyable and self-nurturing. You will also learn how to provide feedback in an appropriate way.

 • The 4 things people actually mean when they say “you can’t” get funding for your idea.
 • Why “fake it till you make it” is the exact wrong way to go about addressing Imposter Syndrome...and the practical exercise to do instead. 

 • How to figure out how much money you need to ask for, so you can balance your strategic model according to both YOUR needs and the constraints of each funding source, and you don't dilute your equity in your company.

 • How to master the language of financing, so you feel confident and communicate appropriately. 
Module 2: Unconventional Funding
Women are skilled at finding creative, unconventional ways to get things done, and this module helps you lean into your strengths. There are creative strategies for making funding needs disappear without losing the value of your hard-earned equity. We’ll dive into all of them and build your game plan to get the resources you need.
• The 8 types of “unfunding” you can use to get access to resources without paying for them. 99% of entrepreneurs don’t know about unfunding, and you won’t see it hyped about online, simply because it’s not sexy (but it works!). 

• Many women do magic without resources, but when they apply this to their companies, they shrink the value of their companies, their products, and their equity. You will learn how to calculate your valueprior to unfunding, so you can claim the results of your creativity for your own benefit. All women who fail to do this do so to their detriment and keep their company small!
Module 3: Emotional Funding
This module is all about getting funding that is more flexible than debt and doesn’t require collateral, yet you must share the rewards with those individuals who believed in you. Your goal is to minimize risk and align goals with others, while getting the resources you need to grow.
• How to get funding from family and friends...without emotional battles or harming your most important relationships. 

• The “milestone model” for allocating shares of sweat equity, so everyone gets a fair share for work done.

 Short-term (angels) vs. long-term (partners) investors: find out which is right for you (the wrong type of capital is a marriage made in hell...learn how to avoid that in this module). 

• How to craft an irresistible pitch, so investors get the information they need to make the decision to invest in your company or provide feedback to your benefit (this is like free consulting!).

• How to manage expectations, so you keep your investors happy and retain your sanity. 
Module 4: Leveraged Funding
In this module, you’ll learn how to use the “golden secrets” of debt to get funding backed with collateral—at minimum risk to yourself.
• The “CCR” criteria you must balance to acquire debt at favorable terms to yourself. 

 How to balance the 3 conditioners of debt, so you find the right, lowest-risk mix for your company.

 How to understand lending criteria, so acquiring funding doesn’t become a confidence-destroying battle, but a numbers game that you can learn to play. 

 How to add this very predictable and cheap source of funding to your process, so you can leverage on the riskier and more expensive capital through equity.
Module 5: Last Details
In this final module, you’ll learn how to value your company, so you can have smart conversations with anyone who can give you funds. You will also learn the key difference in negotiating for transactions versus negotiating for long-term relations, and why everything you learn about negotiating for transactions is DETRIMENTAL to your funding process. Lastly, you will learn how to develop a big-picture strategy for acquiring funds, so you have an actionable roadmap for your funding journey.
• How to value your company and how to create inflection points for future funding rounds, so you maximize your return, minimize your stress, and make the process manageable, fun, and in your control.

 How to use data to narrow in on your unique selling points and the strengths of your deal, as well as skillfully handle difficult negotiations.

 Once you start pitching and negotiating deals, you’ll receive as many different opinions as people you talk to. Discover how to tune out the noise and zero in on the feedback that matters.

• How to navigate through the unique challenges women face when raising funds, even from your closest allies. 
Learn at Your Own Pace in the Way That Suits You Best
You will have all the tools you need to build your funding strategy in this program, including
12 hours of video in easy-to-manage chunks, so you can listen and easily come back to them as needed.
208 pages of supporting tools, scripts and more, so no question you might have is left unanswered.
18 checklists to double-check your strategy as you put these lessons into action.
12 calculations and simulations to help you build your real-world plan and easily apply it to your own business model.
Access to a community of driven entrepreneurs who are navigating the same challenges, so you can learn from their questions and answers.
Access to Silicon Valley mentors and investors who are keen to support women entrepreneurs who want to get funded because they have great deals, not because they are a minority.
Training by and Access to Experts and Silicon Valley Investors
When you join Women Get Funded, you’ll also get monthly firechats from guest speakers. These speakers are industry insiders who will give you battle-tested and current advice you won’t find in any article or podcast episode. These deep dives will give you an edge in trends, stories, tips, and red flags that will shift you from a business slave to a business owner.  

You’ll also get access to Silicon Valley angel investors (including myself!), thanks to the relationships I’ve built over decades of co-investing and collaborating. This access alone is priceless, especially if you don’t live in Silicon Valley and can’t spend a significant chunk of time here every year cultivating relationships.
You can be one of the successful few who get the funding you need.
This course presents everything I wish I’d known when I started raising funding 30+ years ago. It was hard for anyone (not just women) then, and it’s hard for anyone now—if you don’t have the right guide. But I need to tell you one more thing: as an investor, watching unprepared people seek funds is painful! And you lose more than an investor, you lose the respect of people who expect you to be professional about the funding process.

Only 2.7% of total venture capital funding went to women in 2017, and only a small percentage of grants and loans go to fund women. We can go on and on about the many reasons why, but there is ONE thing completely under YOUR CONTROL: learning how to get funded. 

Women get funded when they know HOW. A good deal never makes it to the finish line if the entrepreneur is not prepared. That’s just as true for women as it is for men. The difference is that media around women's access to capital is disempowering. Men get to work, women commiserate. It is time to change that and focus on the ONE thing completely under your control: YOUR PREPARATION.
With the field-tested system that’s worked for both me and hundreds of my students, you can save yourself years of frustration, wasted time, money paid to consultants, and the possibility of eventually giving up on your dream.

In essence…
You Have 2 Choices Right Now
About those two entrepreneurs I mentioned earlier:

One played small, and one didn’t. 

One grew her revenue, reach, and impact, and one didn’t. 

One saw huge returns on everything she put into her business, and one didn’t.

What made their lives turn out so differently?

One knew how to get funded—as a woman—and one didn’t.

We deal with a lot that male entrepreneurs don’t, so it’s imperative that you, as a woman, learn how to get funding. Why would you spend years getting a college degree to get a job, but ignore learning how to get funding when you are looking for something much riskier than a job, an investment, or a loan?
In Short, You Need 3 Things:
1. Specificity on how you - as a woman - can get funded, looking at the unique opportunities and challenges we women face when seeking funds. 
2. An overall vision for how to integrate the many different types of funding into a 4-5 year long strategy—with immediately actionable steps.
3. Understanding the language and the process of funding, so you gain the confidence and competence you need to get it done.
Once you understand all your options, you are in control and can decide how you choose to grow your business.

You can either do that on your own, as most women do, by attempting to hack together a strategy from a hodgepodge of:
Conference panels…
Lunch meetings…
Networking groups...
Social media connections on, Crunchbase, and LinkedIn (and wondering if anyone ever reads your messages)…
Cold applications...
Business plan competitions...
Banking “connections” that reject you at every turn…
Consultants and friends who advise you, but have never personally raised money or gotten a loan..., all the while, your confidence gets chipped away bit by bit (and sometimes in large, painful pieces) and you start to question yourself, your idea, and your dream, and continue to play a carbon copy of your capabilities or close your company all together, eventually taking a job or shoving your dreams under the carpet.

Or, you can follow a proven system for building your funding strategy. A system that has been proven by over 500+ women around the world who feel confident, competent, and in control of their funding process. 

These are women who took action, did the work, took feedback—and got the funding they’d always wanted.

Two Special Bonus For the Fast Action-Takers….
To make this an even easier choice for you, I’m offering 2 exclusive bonuses you can’t get anywhere else.

BONUS #1: The 7 Stages of a Business and How to Integrate Them to Build Your Funding Strategy 
(plus templates for business plans designed for funding): 
 How to evaluate your business stage, so you can better select a funding mechanism most appropriate for your particular situation.

 The milestones and key activities that allow you to move your company from one stage to the next, so you avoid mistakes and wasting time and resources on activities that are not relevant to the stage you’re in.

 How to engage with a team for growth in a solid way, so your company’s goals are aligned and it is easier to manage your team. 

 What most street-smart, high-growth entrepreneurs do differently from theoretical models, and why you need to learn both. 

 How activities that helped you reach one business stage cause a crisis that prevents your business from reaching the next stage. 

 How to balance continued improvement and innovation, so you reap the rewards of efficiency without sacrificing future growth.

 How to feel good about the challenges in each stage because they set the foundations for the next one.
BONUS #2: How to Craft a Funding Strategy
 How to develop a strategy that will work for your specific ecosystem (funding isn’t one-size-fits-all, and this bonus will help you avoid the traps of a generic strategy).

 How to align the different elements of the funding process, so everything you’re doing works together and gets you toward your goal.

 My Equity Funding Matrix for matching the stage your business is in with the funding sources that are best for that stage, so you find funding sources that help you grow at exactly the right pace.
What My Students Say

​​​​​​​“This is the missing piece of the entrepreneurial puzzle, the perfect complement to Steve Blank and Eric Ries’ Startup books. It’s quite refreshing because quite often you read all about how someone was awesome and their ‘glory days’ type stories rather than ‘I made a mistake once, here’s what you can do to avoid it in case you’re making that same mistake too’. I would highly recommend this program to anyone.”
-Angela Han, Marketing Titans, Australia 

“Alicia asked me questions and mentored me along the way to help me understand where my story was strong and where it needed improvements so I could adjust my application and pitch accordingly.”
-Marwa Nur Muhammad, Co-founder, Trance. California

“Great course to learn about the different level of financing a business.”
-Brenda Sullivan, Thompson Street Farm LLC. Co, USA

"I got my first wow at the start of the program. “How to think” have given me the most awesome self-reflection points to implement not only in my business, but in my life.” 
-Monika Siriah, Vedglobals, India

“I can’t thank you enough. For the first time, I can have a proper conversation with an investor, and talk about my valuation and deal terms clearly. I have never been able to do so before, no wonder I haven’t been able to close a deal in over a year.”
-Cristina Suarez, My Plaza, Spain

“If you are looking to learn how to create wealth and enjoy the process, you need to seek Alicia Castillo and follow her advice."
-Zuno Kristal, PhD, Israel

"Your topic inspired me a lot and provoked me to know more.”
- Sadia Abdul Qadeer (Lecturer), Effat University, Jeddah- Saudi Arabia
Will you be amongst the people telling the story or those listening?

I think you’re going to love this course just as my hundreds of past students have.

But if you’re not happy for ANY reason at all, please email me within 30 days and my team will issue you a prompt and courteous refund—no questions asked.
Join Us in Women Get Funded

​​​​​​​When you join Women Get Funded, you join a community of like-minded women entrepreneurs who are getting the funding they need to build the businesses of their dreams.

There are 2 ways I can support you in getting the funding you need:

Option 1: Silver
You’ll get everything I’ve described to you: all the videos, lessons, checklists, calculations, and more, plus recorded 5 one-hour Q&A session to get your questions answered and a closed Facebook community group to collaborate with like-minded women entreprenuers.
A quick overview of what is included:

✓ All the videos, lessons, checklists, calculations, and more

✓ 5 recorded one-hour Q&A sessions

✓ Closed Facebook and LinkedIn community groups
One Payment of
Or Two Monthly Payments of
Option 2: Gold
You’ll get everything in Silver, PLUS:

✓ A pitch critique with a seasoned pitch mentor, who will give you a minute-by-minute critique of your 10-minute recorded pitch, so you’re polished and prepared to succeed during your next pitch.

✓ Introduction to a preselected audience of angel investors in Silicon Valley (this network took me years to build; you get access simply by becoming a Gold member).

✓ 1 full hour of one-on-one private mentoring with me, so you get direct access to my insight as a Silicon Valley investor and entrepreneur. 

✓ 1 group coaching session by a professional angel investor from Silicon Valley, so you can learn from someone who hears hundreds of pitches a year.
One Payment of
Or Two Monthly Payments of
What if I can’t make the live sessions?

The Silver package is all pre-recorded, so you can access it at your convenience. For the one-on-one sessions, we’ll schedule at a mutually convenient time, and you’ll also receive recordings of these sessions.

How is this different from other courses on startups & funding?

Other courses focus on a piece of the puzzle, like pitching, but they don’t connect all the dots and show you how to implement a 4-5 year plan for achieving your dream. They also don’t provide you with clear simulations so you feel comfortable about your numbers. Our unique approach focuses on funding as a process, not as a series of unconnected events that confuses you. Every single action that you take can get you closer or further to another funding mechanism, and you need to know why you are making certain choices and the consequences.

Will I get access to all the course material at once?

When you enroll, you’ll get immediate access to the Week 1 training so you can start right away. After that, you’ll receive the trainings week by week. If you want to go faster, just email us and we’ll release the next week’s training early.

Do you guarantee that I will get funded?

​​​​​​​We do not guarantee that you will get funded. This is an educational, transformational program, and the results depend very much on your own work. There are many individuals wanting to shift the numbers for women entrepreneurs, but you need to be prepared to work. 

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