Women 2.0 profiles women angel investors in our weekly “This Is What An Angel Investor Looks Like” series. By Angela Giacchetti (Associate, Pipeline Fellowship) Meet Pipeline Fellowship alumna and angel investor Simone Castillo. She is a Senior Associate of International Development Assistance Services at KPMG in New York with over nine years of experience in [...]
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From The Startup Trenches: Top 10 Articles From Entrepreneurs About Starting Up On Women 2.0 In 2012
The most read articles on Women 2.0 by entrepreneurs in 2012. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Women 2.0 is a place for women to share stories from the startup trenches: building a startup, debating when to quit the full-time job to pursue the entrepreneurial passion full-time, getting invited to the vice president’s [...]
I’ve decided that I will not leave my full-time job until my startup is funded. By Brittany Haas (Founder, Happily Ever BorroWED) As I meet with more and more potential investors, I know the first question is “Why are you raising X dollars? What does it go towards?” The underlying and sometimes second question is [...]
By Brittany Haas (Founder, Happily Ever BorroWED) It’s a term we coined ourselves…and by we, I mean the dozens of bridal technology startups here in NYC. As I was meeting with fellow entrepreneurs talking about my own startup, Happily Ever BorroWED (formerly Something Borrowed NY), I had so many conversations about the wedding space and [...]
By Brittany Haas (Co-Founder, Something Borrowed NY) I am miserable since I’m missing out on the #wefestival going on right now. I was accepted…and elated! What a wonderful opportunity to learn from my idols and meet with other aspiring entrepreneurs. Unfortunately, I’m heading off to Paris on Friday with my full-time company for market. We’ve [...]
By Brittany Haas (Co-Founder, Something Borrowed NY) It all started with four sisters. Being the youngest, I watched my older sisters struggle with buying a dress that cost them more than one month’s rent. Beyond the heartbreak of spending that much on one item, it can only be worn once, and you need to find [...]