The WIB Entrepreneur Center is dedicated to supporting female founders from early start-up to later project stages of their life science companies through peer to peer interactions, educational programs, and resources as well as fundraising support.
Founders forums, peer groups, pitch events, and national webinars dedicated to the needs of early-stage and seed-stage startups, are just a few of the resources available to WIB’s Entrepreneur community.
Founders Forum - Calling All Female Founders!
Join us by participating in WIB’s Founders Forums. The Founders Forum program is for first time and serial female founders/CEO’s of startup life science companies with IP and/or a business entity, including those seeking (dilutive and non-dilutive) funding. We focus on company, accountability, and support for companies one to 15 people in size. Once matched with other like-minded Founders, the small group of 10 to15 women would meet monthly for this year-round engagement. This programming opportunity is included in WIB’s membership benefit, and you must be a WIB member to participate. If you are interested in finding out more about the program or want to participate, please email Sibylle Hauser and Ginger Johnson at EntrepreneurCenter@womeninbio.org.
Congratulations to the following WIB-members that have been named as finalists in the Digital RESI Pitch and Innovation Challenge, an opportunity presented by WIB's Entrepreneur Center as part of Life Science Nation’s Redefining Early Stage Investments (RESI) Conference. These finalists have all founded or co-founded a life science company and are developing products in the Drugs, Diagnostics, or Digital Health areas.
WIB-National: WIB Pitch Session at the Digital RESI Conference June 10, 2020
WIB's Sponsored Pitch Session at Digital RESI featured live, eight-minute evaluations of the selected finalist companies and female co-founders or CEOs by a panel of potential funders. The WIB Entrepreneur Center aims to support female co-founders in the life sciences with resources, mentoring and access to capital.
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