WEALF welcomes its’ newest entrepreneur, Karen Van Ingen, owner and founder of Kalo Karma dog biscuits.
Ashley Warmington, WEALF entrepreneur is increasing her ability to assist landlords by joining the team at CORE Real Estate NYC as an agent.
Annabelle Santos is now a client of Columbia Business School Small Business Consulting Program, and will work with six MBA graduate students toward the goal of doubling her business in 1 year.
Brooklyn Soda Works, is moving out of its production space at the former Pfizer building and hoping to open a cocktail bar!
Brewla Bars is acquired by Ruby's Rockets.
Thank you to the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce for giving each WEALF participant a free one year membership and access to all their resources.
This Saturday, February, 11th WEALF participant Jean Chatman will be sampling her Red Velvet Cake at Mt Kisco Seafood from 11am - 4pm.
WEALF is joining the GivingTuesday movement to continue aiding the success of women in business with no-interest loans and one-on-one mentoring. Join the movement, give to WEALF, and help provide no-interest loans to women business owner who haven’t been able to receive funding from traditional sources.
Brooklyn Piggies, are shipping a second order of their gourmet pigs in a blanket to an exciting new client, the United States Air Force Base in Okinawa Japan.
SPAdet participation in the Harlem Local Vendor Partner Program, has earned them the opportunity to present their products for consideration for Whole Food Markets Harlem store opening in 2017 as well as other NYC WFM stores.
Ana Bianchi, WEALF participant and founder and designer of PaperGirl Collection appeared on Maker’s Row Live on August 25 to discuss what it takes to found and run a successful children's clothing line.
WEALF’s participated in the Business Financing Fair, at the Science, Industry, & Business Branch of the New York Public Library where we had the opportunity to introduce 120 attendees to our program. Fund Founder, Vicki Weiner, made a brief presentation; then she and Board Member and mentor Leslie Toepfer meet with potential applicants one-on-one to answer their questions and explain the specifics of the fund.
WEALF participant Ashley Warmington for being the first woman Grand Prize winner in CUNY’s SmartPitch Challenge. Ashley used the business plan for her company, Cozy Oasis, a home sublet concierge company striving to provide five-star service for everyone involved in subletting. To read all the details click here.