New group makes money available for women's entrepreneurial pursuits

10/5/2011 | Huffington Post, The

Programs such as the Pipeline Investment Fund are making more entrepreneurial funding available for women, write Carla Alpert and Diane Prefontaine. The fund gets its money from women, who receive training to be angel investors and agree to invest $5,000 of their own money. Alpert and Prefontaine pitched their company PROUDgirls for a $50,000 investment from the fund, but they didn't get the money.

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