Prosper Women Entrepreneurs (PWE) was created to advance women-led companies.

Although the organization is now closed, Prosper Women Entrepreneurs (PWE) helped St. Louis top the list of cities with the most female founded companies. Their startup accelerator was created to advance women-led companies and operated as a for-profit organization focused on increasing women entrepreneurs’ access to growth capital and the number of women investing in early-stage capital markets.

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Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Articles

Lean Media

Lean Media Closes $500K in Seed Funding from Missouri Investors

Prosper Women Entrepreneur’s Accelerator Attracts CEOs From All Over

Donna and Mark Sullivan of Per Diem Plus

Per Diem Plus Changes the Trip for Truckers

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Hosts Accelerator Demo Day on March 29


11 SLU Alumni Who Are Impacting St. Louis’ Tech Scene

Prosper Institute Rebrands to BRAZEN, Announces New Membership Program

Have a Woman-Led Company? Here are 5 Reasons to Apply to Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator

Karen Frame, CEO and Co-founder of Makeena

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Company Makeena Acquires

PWE Accelerator Fall 2016

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Continues to Grow the STL Economy by Supporting Women-Owned Business

Soozies Doozies

Soozie’s Doozie’s Isn’t Your Grandma’s Chocolate-Chip Cookie (And That’s a Good Thing)

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator Participants Attest to Program’s Value

St. Louis Startup Accelerator Guide

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator Announces Fall 2016 Class

Gallery: Hello, Hackathon

Why We’re Excited for Hello, Hackathon!

How Boosterville is Revolutionizing School Charity Sales

Creating an Inclusive Ecosystem: Jennifer Ehlen of Prosper Institute and PWE Startup Accelerator

What to Expect from Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator

Applications Open For Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator

Janus Choice Finds its Footing with Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator

Karlie Kloss Offers Coding Classes in Her Hometown of St. Louis

How Romanian Startup Appticles is Finding Connections in St. Louis

Lewis & Clark Ventures Lead $9 Million Investment into Metro-East Startup OneSpace

STL Startup Funding

STL Startup Funding Guide

Evelyn White on Knowing When to Pivot

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Announces 2016 Spring Class

Downtown STL Innovation District Brian Matthews

Downtown St. Louis Innovation Community: 2015 Highlights, 2016 Predictions

How Prosper Mastermind is Growing STL’s Female Entrepreneur Community

Closing the Gap

Why You Should Attend Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Startup Accelerator Demo Day

How St. Louis Can Bridge the Entrepreneurial Gender Gap

Narrowing the Gender Gap in FinTech

Introducing RISE Collaborative Workspace

4 Ways To Start Your Career In Startups

Nannette Musgrave, (CEO, EDIS Solutions LLC), Amy Holcomb (SkyMedicus), Suzanne Magee (Bandura), Alexandra “Sasha” Goodwin (Janus Choice) and Mary Wolff (Taptl).

Meet Prosper Capital’s Fall 2015 Class of Women Entrepreneurs

Where Health and Technology Come Together: Meet Smart Monitor

The Princeton Review Names St. Louis as a Entrepreneurial Hotspot

Upstart City: Why The Sky Is The Limit When It Comes To St. Louis’ Startup Scene

How Renowned Entrepreneurs and CEOs Are Working Together To Close The Entrepreneurial Gender Gap