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How Rebecca Minkoff Is Sharing Business Resources With Female Founders Women who join this organization can hear hands-on advice for their businesses.

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars talks with fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff, creator of the Female Founder Collective, and Mary Ann Reilly, Head of North American Marketing at Visa. Together, the Female Founder Collective, She's Next, Empowered by Visa and Jennifer Bett Communications formed Workshop, a new kind of conference to support female entrepreneurs.

The Female Founder Collective listens to female business owners and the problems they encounter. It also offers advice on how to sustain their businesses. The Collective focuses on lifting up female-owned and female-supported businesses.

Some of the advice the organization can provide includes small-business basics like how to build up your funding (for example, turning to the Small Business Administration instead of family members) and how to find a network of support.

In the interview, Minkoff and Reilly speak about the joy and reward they feel while watching the organization's members flourish.

Watch the video to see more from Business Rockstars, Minkoff and Reilly.

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