MsMoney.com to Launch Financial Website for Women

Posted on March 24, 2000

MsMoney.com, a financial website for women, has announced that it will officially launch on Wednesday, March 29, 2000. In celebration of its launch MsMoney.com will host a live Web cast that day featuring First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's visit to the Women's Technology Cluster (WTC), in recognition of WTC's one year anniversary. Mrs. Clinton will participate in an Entrepreneurs Roundtable with CEOs of WTC companies, including MsMoney.com, and discuss issues about women, technology, and the new economy.

``We are very excited about Mrs. Clinton's visit to the Women's Technology Cluster and are hosting the Web cast so that others can view her support of women and technology first hand,'' said Tiffany Bass Bukow, Founder & CEO of MsMoney.com. ``MsMoney.com has received considerable support from the WTC, and we are proud to launch our site on such a momentous day.''

``Women have unique objectives when it comes to managing their finances and choosing service providers that are right for them,'' continued Bukow. ``We are striving to change the industry and are excited to offer a solution that will simplify women's lives by enabling them to take care of all of their financial and investment needs from one convenient location.''

The company has formed business relationships with companies such as CarsDirect.com, Next Card, Citibank, and eLoan to provide their services to MsMoney.com members. MsMoney.com is also partnering with more than 30 notable authors who have written books about women and money, including Dr. Judith Briles, Jennifer Bayse Sander, and David Bach, author of the New York Times bestseller Smart Women Finish Rich, who will host live online events and chat sessions on the site.