Make Mine a Million $ Business Competitions are Back - 5/15 application deadline

Make Mine a Million $ Business competitions are back and women entrepreneurs from across the country are applying to compete for vital resources they will need to grow their businesses despite the recession. 

Make Mine a Million $ Business, a program of Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence and American Express OPEN, helps women entrepreneurs grow and build sustainable enterprises, create jobs and develop innovative products and services.  The Make Mine a Million $ Business Award provides a combination of coaching, financing and marketing tools that women entrepreneurs need to help grow their businesses from micro to millions.

Make Mine a Million $ Business competitions are designed to help women entrepreneurs strengthen their vision, build their strategy and take their business to a million dollars in revenue in the next 12-18 months. 

The next Make Mine a Million $ Business competition is June 15 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, NJ.  Women entrepreneurs nationwide have until May 15 to apply to compete in this national program.  To apply or join the Make Mine a Million $ Business community, please visit:

Make Mine a Million $ Business targets businesses organized and doing business in the United States with the following characteristics:

·         The company must be at least 50% owned by at least one woman who is a U.S. citizen or legal resident
·         The business should be at least two years old and have annual revenues of at least $200,000

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