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The 2024 Resource Guide for Female Entrepreneurs: 195 Tools for Explosive Business Growth

Let's aim for new heights in 2024.

Introducing the latest edition of our Resource Guide: the best tools and programs you’ll need for your business journey. Over the past year, we’ve curated top-notch guides, accelerators, websites, podcasts and so much more. It’s finally ready to share! Download this free eBook and enjoy hundreds of resources meant for female entrepreneurs like you.

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What’s included?

The 2024 Lioness Resource Guide is a roundup of our best resources for female entrepreneurs. You’ll receive a downloadable eBook featuring:

  • 27 accelerators and incubators to fuel your business growth.
  • 13 competitions and grants to help you seize valuable opportunities.
  • 18 conferences and events to engage with your industry.
  • 31 courses, guides and learning tools to elevate your skills.
  • 19 fellowships and sources of community to nurture connections and collaboration.
  • 26 investors and venture capitalists to unlock funding for your business.
  • 29 marketing tools and resources to maximize your outreach.
  • 10 photo resources to create stunning visual content.
  • 22 podcasts recommendations to browse picks for insightful listening.

Did we miss anything?

Interested in sharing your go-to tool or pitching your business solution? You don’t have to wait for 2025. Let us know! Share any recommendations for the Resource Guide in the comments below or by emailing laura@lionessmagazine.com. Your suggestions will make the guide an even better tool for female entrepreneurs. Thanks for your help.

About the author

Laura Grant

As Managing Editor of Lioness, Laura Grant works with the editorial team and a slew of freelancers and regular contributors to produce a publication that offers equal parts inspiration and information. Laura is a graduate of Western New England University with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and a master's degree in Communications. She spent her undergraduate term developing her writing and communication skills through internships, tutoring and student media involvement. Her goal is to publish a novel one day. Before joining Lioness full-time, Laura was a freelancer herself and wrote many stories for the magazine.

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