Movement: Invest In Women
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WOW! Thank you to everyone who shared and/or applied for our new funding opportunities in partnership with ECMC Foundation.

We have activated the Chloe Capital Due Diligence Committee and look forward to uncovering differentiators and discovering value adds.

Over the coming weeks, we will reveal the top five founders and companies who will be participating in our LA pop-up accelerator on October 30, 2019 at the GRAMMY Museum L.A. Live.

At least one women-led company will receive investments from Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation - up to $250,000!

And since we're kicking off 2020 with more pop-ups in New Orleans and Charlotte, we'll continue to recruit and accept applications from companies advancing solutions in postsecondary education, career readiness, and workforce transformation.
Chloes & Champions
It was a winning night for Chloe Capital investors. Several attended the Aurora Games Festival in Albany, NY to meet world famous women Olympians and celebrate lady leaders. Thank you to our collaborators: Georgia Kelly, Times Union, Women@Work, the Capital Region Women Presidents' Organization and Nancy Kerrigan (who deserves another medal for all the selfies we took with her). 
Portfolio Updates
Chloe Capital is more than a VC firm – we’re a Movement. In partnership with foundations, universities and corporate innovators, Chloe Capital has set out on a national tour to #InvestInWomen. Here are a few updates from our Champions. 
Mi Padrino is raising a Series Seed. Kim already has two term sheets. User growth continues to rise, revenue is up by over 50%, and the official Mi Padrino app is coming to the App Store soon. 
It's By U farm-to-table flower kits will be featured on QVC. Caroline and Christine's enterprise division is also exploding. Contracts include boutique hotels/nursing homes. 
Off the heels of Project Runway, Amanda and Gemma are accelerating product dev for enterprise. N.A.bld is a supercharged version of Nineteenth's SaaS platform.
Geospiza Path enables enterprises to visualize, plan and act on climate and disaster risk. Watch Sarah's TedXMileHigh, "We know how to save lives in disasters - why don't we?" 
90% of fruits/veg will go extinct in 10 yrs if climate change continues. AI-powered tech will help. Riana shares more in, "Food Made Simple: AI vs Machine Learning." 
Sara continues to build Cora's data empire. She's heading to NYC on Sep 10-11 to announce a collaboration with a nationally recognized association. Intros to east coast investors welcome.   
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