First, the spicy sounding title of this article is in no way revealing of what it’s actually about -- although it is exactly what it appears to be. This is a workingwoman’s guide to selling herself in business.
While the glass ceilings are getting cracks and there are unprecedented opportunities at the helm, that doesn’t necessarily make professional life “easy” for WOC who are new to the workforce or climbing up that corporate ladder. Sometimes you might feel like throwing in the towel, and that’s exactly when you need a little inspiration and motivation.
$50,000 Equity Investments Offered to Up to 12 Companies
St. Louis, MO –Prosper Capital is announcing today an open call for applications for the inaugural Prosper Startup Accelerator program. The organization will award $600,000 in equity funding for women-led and women-owned startups. Prosper Capital is part of a broader initiative by Prosper Women Entrepreneursto address the entrepreneur gender gap in the St. Louis region.
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