November 27, 2017

Women Funding Women (WFW) event on January 15 in Toronto: CATAAlliance Women in Tech partnered

Women Funding Women(WFW)

Dear Community members,

We would love to invite you to attend our Women Funding Women (WFW) event on January 15 in Toronto. More details are below and you can RSVP here.

About Women Funding Women –  A new series of gatherings co-hosted by Dell and Springboard Enterprises and partnering with CATAAlliance, Women in Tech (CanWIT) coming to cities across the globe to talk about the experiences of women investing in women and to spark a global network that invests in and promotes high growth businesses led by women.  

Worldwide Tour – We launch in Brooklyn, NY, second stop – Toronto – then on to Amsterdam, Paris, Austin, Sydney, and Tokyo.

Program –  We want to foster a global community that supports and invests in women and have conceived of a program that highlights the successes as well as promotes investment opportunities and connections among investors and entrepreneurs.  We’ll feature insights from an investor and an entrepreneur who have successfully completed an investment, followed by presentations from three growth stage entrepreneurs and crowd-sourced audience feedback and connections.

A recent Harvard Business School study concluded that “having no female partners makes VC firms less likely to invest in female-founded or female-led firms. But what much of the VC world might not realize, is that female-led firms may have a higher rate of return on average than male-led firms.”

Join us in Toronto to be part of the conversation on why women (funding women) is good business.

Women Funding Women – Toronto

When: Monday, January 15
Time:  5:30 pm – 9 pm
Where:  EY Tower, 100 Adelaide Street West, Toronto


If you are interested in participating in the event by pitching your company, please APPLY HERE!

Hope to see you there! Please share with your networks!


Amy Millman, President & CEO, Springboard Enterprises
John Reid, President & CEO, CATAAlliance & member,
Springboard Advisory Board (Canada)
Cindy Gordon, National Spokesperson, CanWIT (Women in Tech)