VentureWrench Announces Inclusion in Women Tech Council’s “Women-Led Startups” Inaugural Partnership Program

The Women-led Startups Partner Level is a New Program to Promote Tech Startups with Female Founders

Salt Lake City, UT (February 15, 2019) – The VentureWrench™ Team at Enclavix™, LLC is proud to announce that VentureWrench is included in the inaugural class of the Women Tech Council’s “Women Led Start-Ups” partnership program. The Women Tech Council created the new Women-led Startups Partner Level to help promote and support technology startups with female founders to help grow our tech community.

Sara Dansie Jones, Women Tech Council co-founder said of this new program, “As a community, we know that if we want to to have more  technology startups founded and led by women, we need to actively support and promote them.  This new partnership program, supported by our Champion Sponsors, allows the Women Tech Council to help the larger community get to know our incredible women-led startups.”

Enclavix President & CEO and VentureWrench co-creator, Nicole Toomey Davis shared, “We are delighted to be part of the Women-Led Startups program with the Women Tech Council.  WTC has contributed so much to our technology community and we appreciate their leadership and support. We are so pleased to be able to share the VentureWrench Startup Tools for Entrepreneurs with the Women Tech community.”

About Enclavix, LLC and the VentureWrench Startup Community

Enclavix is an Artificial Intelligence software company that creates online tools to accelerate innovation and entrepreneurship by applying artificial intelligence, machine learning and related technologies to identify and curate the highest quality, most useful resources to coach and support startup entrepreneurs and to tackle intellectual property challenges. The company has received over $1.2 million in funding from the National Science Foundation through the SBIR program to allow the launch of the AI – powered VentureWrench Library. The VentureWrench Startup Community combines artificial intelligence and advanced software with rich content to help entrepreneurs bring capital into their business, solve problems, answer questions and help them move their business forward.

The VentureWrench Library uses 8 AI systems to evaluate potential resources and select the best information to help support and coach startup entrepreneurs. Thousands of high quality resources are grouped into more than 90 sub-categories. With a few clicks, entrepreneurs can find problem solving resources from high quality sources.

The startup coaches and creators of the VentureWrench Startup Community, the team at Enclavix, LLC, are experienced entrepreneurs who have started multiple businesses, raised millions of dollars in investment from investors and the SBIR program, and sold their prior company to a public firm. Our CEO has also mentored and provided grant funding for dozens of emerging technology companies through her public service running a State funding program. The team is passionate about entrepreneurship and its potential for entrepreneurs and for the economy.

Enclavix designed the VentureWrench Library to help entrepreneurs find the information they need – from the best resources – as quickly as possible. Enclavix appreciates the support of the National Science Foundation which provided funding for a portion of this work.

Learn more at or . Entrepreneurs can visit the AI-powered VentureWrench Startup Tools for Entrepreneurs at for their free account. The VentureWrench Library, the heart of VentureWrench Startup Community, is free to use and organizations which support and mentor entrepreneurs are invited to link to the Library at no cost by visiting the Partners Page at

About The Women Tech Council

The Women Tech Council (WTC) is a national organization focused on the economic impact of women in driving high growth for the technology sector through developing programs that propel the economic pipeline from high school to the C-suite. WTC offers mentoring, visibility, opportunities and networking to more than 10,000 women and men working in technology to create business environments focused on high performance, not diversity, where men and women can succeed. This propels individual careers and the talent pipeline by ensuring a strong, diverse, and entrepreneurial technology workforce. Learn more about partnering with Women Tech Council.