Fundid is a private network of women business owners that are focused on growth. We grow by sharing knowledge and best practices, support and encourage each other and find ways to get the access to capital we need to grow. This comes in the form of business banking, lending, and grants.
If women-owned businesses grew by 1% that would be an additional $18Billion dollars controlled by women-owned businesses and an additional 92,000 people working for them.
We believe that women growing their businesses will translate into a decreased gender pay gap, better benefits to keep other women in the workforce, a higher success rate of businesses overall, and more philanthropic giving within the community these women live. In other words, it's not just about making money although there's nothing wrong with that too!
Are you a good fit for the Fundid community?
Fundid is made up of existing women business owners or women exploring starting a business with the desire to grow financially and are committed to equal pay, benefits that keep other women in the workforce, and believe that more capital in the hands of women will have a positive impact on our world.
We are currently only operating in the United States.
If this sounds like you then we would love for you to join us at Fundid!
“I created Fundid after a bad experience joining a private network of mostly men. Now that I've been an entrepreneur for over 10 years I'm finally comfortable growing my business without feeling the need to tell the world why it's okay for me to do so, yet also not feeling less of an owner for factoring in my realities of being a women-owner. I think women growing their businesses will solve many other problems women in the workplace face like the gender pay gap, the benefits needed to keep other women in the workforce, and not to mention it's good for the economy!”
"Advantages and challenges, valuable information related to owning a business and succeeding" -Lilly
"Their business building tips" -Dana
"Marketing skills" -Traci
"Small business resources, finding an investor, where to spend my time and priorities" -Lynn
"Talent development, finding the right accountants & lawyers, raising additional rounds of capital." -Rahama