The TOP 10 Women Angel Investors & Venture Capital Firms

Forerunner Ventures An early stage venture capital firm dedicated to investing in ambitious entrepreneurs to define and dominate a new generation of commerce

Women’s VC Fund The Fund capitalizes on the expanding pipeline of women entrepreneurs leading gender diverse teams and creating capital efficient, high growth companies in digital media and sustainable products and services.

Plum Alley  offer s it’s members select opportunities to invest in private companies along with custom experiences both on-line and off-line to collaborate, imagine and transform the world. See also Plum Alley Crowdfunding for Women

Belle Capital an early stage fund that invests in high growth companies in underserved capital markets across the USA.

Built By Girls (BBG) Ventures An early stage fund focused on consumer internet and mobile start ups with at least one female founder.  

Pipeline Angels Pipeline Angels is a network of new and seasoned women investors who are changing the face of angel investing and creating capital for women social entrepreneurs. Pipeline Angels holds a signature bootcamp for new investors and a signature pitch summit for startups looking for funding.

Portfolia The Portfolia platform lets entrepreneurs profile their companies to investors globally and streamlines the fundraising process.  Portfolia welcomes innovative companies in the conceptual through growth stages, especially those where a national base of sophisticated and connected investors can impact success and build markets.

Cowboy Ventures Cowboy Ventures helps seed-stage technology companies grow. They back exceptional founders who are building products that “re-imagine” work and personal life in large and growing markets.

Golden Seeds A discerning group of investors, seeking and funding high-potential, women-led businesses.

The Tory Burch Foundation  Founded in 2009, the Tory Burch Foundation aims to support the empowerment of women entrepreneurs. The foundation has developed programs and initiatives that invest in the success and sustainability of women-owned small businesses by providing: Access to Capital, Entrepreneurial Education, Mentoring and Networking Opportunities

Kickstarter and/or IndieGoGo – Don’t underestimate the powers of Kickstarter and IndieGoGo for startup and seed funding.  I have personally raised funds through both of these platforms and it works!  But there are a few Crowdfunding tips you’ll need to know and follow for a successful campaign.