- Category: Profiles
- Created on Thursday, February 02 2012 |
- Written by Women In Business & Industry
Founder Amanda Steinberg to Co-Present “How to Fund Your Business – Should You Bootstrap or Raise Capital?” Teleseminar on February 13th
New York, NY – February 2, 2012 – DailyWorth, the top financial resource for women online, is poised to bring female entrepreneurs to the next level of business success with the launch of CreateWorth, the first-ever online newsletter for women that focuses on the financial nuts and bolts of building and scaling a profitable business.
Women today are starting businesses at a rate of 1.5 times the national average. And an estimated 8.1 million companies in the U.S are owned and operated by women, but they contribute less than four percent of business revenues annually*. CreateWorth provides a bi-weekly forum that includes personal experiences from sixth-time entrepreneur and DailyWorth founder and CEO, Amanda Steinberg, and encourages women to master business-building fundamentals, from creating the right model to raising capital and marketing and sales.
After founding DailyWorth in 2009 to help women become smarter money managers and build real net worth, Steinberg recognized the need to support fellow female entrepreneurs by offering a financial leg up: “Many of the resources available to female entrepreneurs focus on idea cultivation, with limited information on how to actually grow businesses and become profitable. With CreateWorth, our mission is to help women take a bigger piece of the revenue pie and offer advice, tips, and camaraderie to fellow and future entrepreneurs.”
Upcoming CreateWorth topics include “How to Build Your Pipeline,” “Conversion Marketing,” and Q&A’s with successful entrepreneurs.
On Monday, February 13th at 1:00 p.m. ET, Steinberg and Help a Reporter Out (HARO) Founder, Peter Shankman will present a teleseminar: “How to Fund Your Business – Should You Bootstrap or Raise Capital?” They will host a probing, timely debate about how to start or grow a business in 2012: specifically whether to pursue funding yourself or seek to raise outside capital. Shankman bootstrapped his niche press-to-expert community, HARO, into a multi-million dollar business before it was sold to Vocus in 2010. For more information and to register, visit: http://createworth-shankman.eventbrite.com/
DailyWorth has grown to a vibrant community of more than 250,000 engaged and active subscribers and has raised over $3 million in angel and venture capital. To sign-up and receive CreateWorth every Tuesday and Thursday, visit: http://dailyworth.com/createworth.
DailyWorth is the only online community designed to help women master their money and build net worth through practical tips, empowering ideas, and the occasional kick in the pants. The company’s email editions, including DailyWorth, MoreWorth and CreateWorth are highly actionable online resources for women who want to improve their day-to-day finances, and give them the confidence to build personal worth and financial wealth.