Partners / Resources

In Good Company collaborates with numerous organizations and non-profits in service of our mission to elevate the status of women entrepreneurs. In addition, we strongly support organizations who strive to enhance the professional development of women and girls. Our collaboration with these organizations includes providing solutions; making connections; sharing information; sponsorship; and organizational exposure that enhances the success of these women-led ventures.

Some of the organizations that we collaborate and partner with are listed below:

In Good Company partners resources 37 Angels
Today, 13% of angel investors are women.  We want that number to be 50%.  37 Angels activates the untapped capital and experience women can bring to investing in male and female-led ventures.   We do this by sourcing high potential deals and coordinating due diligence for members to invest in deals between $50K and $200K.  We also offer an unique training program to educate novice angels in the fundamentals of investing in young companies. visit site »

Accion USA
As a leader in U.S. microfinance, ACCION USA is committed to bringing affordable small business loans and financial education to entrepreneurs. ACCION USA has provided over $119 million in over 19,000 microloans since its inception in 1991 in Brooklyn, NY, helping to grow small businesses and strengthen the communities they serve . visit site »

AstiaAstia
Founded in 1999 in Silicon Valley, Astia is an innovative global not-for-profit organization that propels women’s full participation as entrepreneurs and leaders in high-growth businesses, fueling innovation and driving economic growth.  Astia offers programs for high-growth start-ups that deliver results.  visit site »

Civic Innovation LabCivic Innovation Lab
The Civic Innovation Lab supports “community entrepreneurship” and innovation by providing mentoring and funding of up to $30,000 for civic, social and business start-ups that contribute to economic revitalization of struggling economies. Community entrepreneurs create innovative early stage companies that have local economic impact.  visit site »

Golden SeedsGolden Seeds
Golden Seeds plays an instrumental role in supporting women to utilize both their intrinsic and financial capital to its full potential. We identify and invest in women-led ventures with the potential to grow into multi-million dollar business while enabling accredited investors to invest alongside us.  visit site »

The Hatchery
The Hatchery is a venture collaboration forum, building a community of                           entrepreneurs, emerging companies, and investors, via its events, advisory services, and incubator.  Celebrating the diversity that is New York, we invite everyone to participate in what The Hatchery does and what we can accomplish together. We bridge investor and entrepreneur communities, so they can talk to each other instead of at each other. They share ideas and forge lasting relationships. visit site »

Make Mine a Million (Count Me In)Make Mine a Million (Count Me In)
Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence is the leading national not-for-profit provider of resources, business education and community support for women entrepreneurs seeking to grow micro businesses to million dollar enterprises. Make Mine a Million $ Business, Count Me In’s primary program, was designed to address the fact that of 10.5 million women entrepreneurs in the U.S., only 3% have hit one million dollars in revenue.  Its mission is to inspire and support a movement of one million women entrepreneurs to build million-dollar businesses by 2010.  visit site »

NestNest
Nest is a nonprofit organization dedicated to changing the lives of women in developing countries. The mission of Nest is to support women artists and artisans in the developing world by helping them create sustainable entrepreneurial businesses.  visit site »

Young Women Social EntrepreneursNew York Women Social Entrepreneurs
NYWSE is the New York Chapter of Young Women Social Entrepreneurs (YWSE). In addition to events, such as member-led workshops, a group of ten to twenty women meets monthly to share stories and support each other.  visit site »

In Good Company partners Pipeline Fellowship
The Pipeline Fellowship trains women philanthropists to become angel investors through education, mentoring, and practice. Fellows commit to invest in a woman-led for-profit social venture in exchange for equity and a board seat at the end of the training.  visit site »

ScoreScore
We are America’s premier source of free and confidential small business advice for entrepreneurs. We offer advice online and in-person at one of our 364 offices nationwide.  visit site »

The Society for Professional Women of Color
The Society for Professional Women of Color, Inc. is committed to inspiring, transforming, and empowering women and girls, by providing an abundance of resources that will support their personal and professional advancement; cultivating cutting edge leaders, one woman at a time.  visit site »

Springboard EnterprisesSpringboard Enterprises
Venture-Catalyst Springboard Enterprises is the go-to organization for information about and support for emerging growth ventures led by women. We are a national, non-profit organization that sources, qualifies, coaches and showcases high growth potential companies seeking equity capital for product development and expansion.  visit site »

Step Up Women's NetworkStep Up Women’s Network
Step Up Women’s Network is a national non-profit membership organization dedicated to strengthening community resources for women and girls.  visit site »

in good company partners resources Topstone Angels
Topstone Angels is a private investment firm dedicated to bringing new and seasoned investors together with qualified entrepreneurs and start-ups.  visit site »

Tory Burch Foundation
The Tory Burch Foundation is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization that provides economic opportunity to women and their families in the United States.Fashion designer, mother and entrepreneur Tory Burch launched her Foundation in 2009. visit site »

in good company partners resources Webgrrls International
Webgrrls International, founded in New York City on April 29, 1995, has been on the forefront of the women’s movement online for nearly 16 years. The Webgrrls International mission has been to empower women through technology and encourage women to learn about, embrace and leverage the technology and the tools of the Internet, to help them propel their careers and businesses forward and help them strive for and achieve success…however they define it. visit site »

WIBOWIBO
Founded in 1966 in Harlem, the Workshop in Business Opportunities (WIBO) is a private non-profit organization that is committed to assisting men and women with the drive to become successful entrepreneurs.  visit site »

Women 2.0Women 2.0
Our mission is to increase the number of female founders of technology startups. Women 2.0 support entrepreneurs with a network, resources and knowledge to take your startup from an idea to launch.  visit site »

Woodhull InstituteWoodhull Institute
The Woodhull Institute is a not-for-profit, non-partisan, non-sectarian educational organization that provides ethical leadership training and professional development for women. Woodhull has developed a community that encourages women to lead with honesty, respect, courage and compassion; to strive for the common ground in decision- making; and to share in community service.  visit site »