32 cents...

... of every dollar is women's wealth. The women's wealth gap is SCARIER than the pay gap. Here's why.

WHY IT MATTERS

 

Source: Asset Funders Network

Wealth is the choice between urgent medical care or your job, the ability to pay for the unexpected, save for retirement, freedom to ask for a raise

Pay and wealth gaps make women less powerful and more vulnerable

Wealth offers stability, opportunity and helps shape society for fairer economic and social policies when women's issues are equally represented.

 

Problem 
In order for women to access one of the main drivers of wealth by becoming business owners, we must overcome THE FUNDING GAP: only 2% of investor funding goes to women-owned businesses.

Women are motivated and driven business owners, opening firms at a record 1.5x the national average and account for 30% of all enterprises. Yet women’s companies don't fare as well as their male counterparts in terms of revenue generation and wealth creation. A key reason is the massive gap in women's funding to launch and run businesses.
 

Solution 
You don't have to be an investor or in congress to have an impact, it all comes down to collaboration and support - this is where you and Bly & Bell come in

Research shows that the gender gap in funding disappears when Women Fund Women. Research also shows that achieving the best outcomes for bringing about change requires partnerships, a collective impact and for everyone to get involved. We came up with a world-first way where everyone can contribute yet where the medium is steered by Women for Women. In other words we solve funding, through a subscription, and provide working capital to further support women-owned businesses, through product purchases as needed. See how it works here or: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” - Helen Keller

“We cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” – Malala Yousafzai

“When we invest in women and girls, we are investing in the people who invest in everyone else” – Melinda Gates