Colorado Women Together lifts up female entrepreneurs

Women leaders definitely know how to band together during difficult times
Woman To Watch
From left to right: Kami Guildner, Extraordinary Women Connect; Kristen Blessman, Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce; Kerry Crandell, WoMAN: Women of M&A Network; Meghann Conter, The Dames; and Krystal Covington, The Women of Denver. Photo by Scott Colby

Women to Watch: Colorado Women Together

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Women leaders definitely know how to band together during difficult times. The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, The Dames, The Women of Denver, WoMAN (Women of Mergers & Acquisitions Network) and Extraordinary Women Connect have banded together to lift one another up and support female entrepreneurs during this time of crisis.

As COVID-19 swept through the state, these organizations saw that there was a critical need to support female entrepreneurs. So, the group of organizations created a fund, Colorado Women Together, to help women-owned businesses during the pandemic, because many weren’t eligible for the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan. The fund is raising money to provide business support to these female entrepreneurs.

The fund is crafted based on the following beliefs:

We believe in the power of community, collaboration and supporting our fellow entrepreneurs.

We believe in the spirit of women entrepreneurs and impact they make on the world.

We believe that together we can make the difference for those most in need at this time.

(This sponsored content was provided by Colorado Women Together.)

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