Archive | May, 2011

National Association for Moms in Business Grant Competition!

12 May
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Business grant competition via crowdfunding to give mom entrepreneurs a better chance at launching a new or current business project. All participants win a half-page feature in Moms In Business Magazine, publicity on peerbackers.com and momsinbusinessgrant.com, and a $2,000 publicity toolkit from PRNewswire. When the crowdfunding competition ends, all grant applicants who raised 80% or more of their funding goal will become semi-finalists. A team of mom executives and entrepreneurs will judge each application to determine the $10,000 Grand Prize Grant Package winner. Competitors must be a member of NAFMIB.

Competition ends June 15, 2011

Enter here  http://mibn.org/site.php/spgs/read/momsinbusinessgrant-about

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Win $20,000 from American Express OPEN

1 May
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Facebook Big Break for Small Business
Enter by May 20, 2011

American Express OPEN is giving five small business owners the ultimate Big Break. You could win a trip to Facebook headquarters for a two-day, one-on-one business makeover and $20,ooo to help grow your business.

To enter the Facebook Big Break for Small Business from American Express OPEN, small business owners need to visit

http://www.facebook.com/OPEN

and submit answers to a short questionnaire describing how they would utilize the competition’s winnings to better their business.

9 Crowdfunding Websites for Entrepreneurs and Artists (via City Girl Business Club)

1 May

9 Crowdfunding Websites for Entrepreneurs and Artists Here are 9 alternative sources of funding for entrepreneurs and artists who are trying to raise capital for their startup or project.   MicroVentures                 Also described as peer-to-peer lending, MicroVentures works with investors as well as with those who need money to get a certain project off the ground. According to their website, MicroVentures works with small companies and businesses in … Read More

via City Girl Business Club

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