A female founder explains how technology is shaking up the film industry and how women are participating in the distribution revolution. By Celeste North (Founder, NuFlick) Film has always been related to technology. Since the invention of the Zoetrope to the 4DX, the film industry relies on technological development to continually sell a more interesting [...]
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Women-led startups from Mexico and Brazil represent at Disrupt! By Nora Palladino (Business Development Manager, NXTP Labs) TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco was attended 2000 people and featured many foreign pavilions (Argentinian, Brazilian, Chilean and Mexican Alleys). This gave the San Francisco event an international and multicultural taste. Here are some Latin American startups founded by [...]
“Building a business doesn’t mean getting venture capital – it means finding customers and making money,” – serial entrepreneur Alicia Morga speaking at Founder Friday San Francisco in July 2012. By Celeste North (Founder, NuFlick) I’ve followed serial entrepreneur Alicia Morga for some time, I’m amazed by her courage, hard work and interesting advice. I [...]
“(…) The poorest and most backward-going societies in the world, tend to be those who diminish their women and yet, this blatantly obvious truth is usually ignored, all the same, by governments and philanthropists… Women represent 51% of the human race, supporting them will change everything; even more so than technology, design or entertainment. Women [...]
Celebrating a diverse range of Latina entrepreneurs in the United States – and beyond! By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) When Women 2.0 partnered with Ellas 2.0, founded by Patricia Araque in Spain, we set out to identify emerging Latina entrepreneurs. The media is buzzing about Latina entrepreneurs, talking about how why Latinas [...]
By Rebecca Lipon (Application & Judges Coordinator, PITCH Competition 2012) Last week I trekked up to the Microsoft’s San Francisco campus to see Mexican.VC‘s Demo Day. Mexico is not known for spawning Internet companies, but with our sister site, Ellas 2.0, we wanted to know what is happening in Mexico. Mexican.VC styles itself as Silicon [...]
In collaboration with Ellas 2.0, Women 2.0 explores entrepreneurs in Latin America. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Today was the eagerly anticipated Mexican.VC demo day in San Francisco. The first Silicon Valley seed program for Mexican Internet startups, Mexican.VC invests in Mexican technology companies attacking both local and global markets. With Women [...]