Why One Black Female Founder Says The Pandemic Propelled Her Business

December 16, 2021

Thriving Businesses During The Pandemic

While small businesses were shuttering their doors at record rates, Tanya Van Court, the founder of kids’ personal finance platform Goalsetter, raised $19.5 million in funding. Here, she talks about what she believes to have been the driving forces behind her recent business success.

To read the article in its entirety go to: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jairhilburn/2021/12/15/why-one-black-female-founder-says-the-pandemic-propelled-her-business/?sh=7c8ba78a3e66&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=forbeswomen&cdlcid=5e596c3ffc818275ea218b38

Written by Jair Hilburn

Felicia Shanken

Hello, my name is Felicia Shanken CEO & Founder of the Philadelphia Women’s Network Connection, LLC and PWNC Foundation Inc 501(c)(3). ​My mission is to create a friendly supportive community where business owners enjoy sharpening their entrepreneurial edge while nurturing valuable relationships that enrich career satisfaction.

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