Get mentored on V-Day by an entrepreneur who has exited! By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Entrepreneurs are respected for their moxy, their grit, their determination and faith. How many tech companies start in a garage or dorm room to become the next Google or Facebook? Many have ideas and inventions brewing, but [...]
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And then my co-founder and CTO in Julia Grace joined my startup. Having a co-founder is infinitely better! By Tracy Osborn (Founder, WeddingLovely) In the last year, I’ve gone from building a random side project (after finding a co-founder ultimately failed), to running a revenue-generating company which just finished the F11 batch of 500 Startups. [...]
Celebrating women’s history month with a women’s entrepreneur forum. By Ayori Z. Selassie (Co-Founder & Director, Pitch Mixer) How many times have you attended an entrepreneur focused event and felt drained afterwards? If you live in the East Bay you’re even more used to feeling drained, not only for the effort required to impress and [...]
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Editor’s note: Christina Brodbeck will a judge on February 14, 2012 at the Women 2.0 PITCH Conference – get your ticket now! Ezebis‘s Pemo Theodore interviewed Christina Brodbeck about angel investing and startups. The full interview is on Ezebis but we’ve extracted the parts about angel investing, [...]
By Christina A. Brodbeck (Co-Founder & CEO, TheIceBreak) Startup life is a lot like dating. You and your investors meet over coffee, over dinner, get to know each other better, all with the goal of seeing if there is a spark and a good fit for partnership. All entrepreneurs need to learn how and who [...]
By Angie Chang and Shaherose Charania (Co-Founders, Women 2.0) This week, former eBay CEO Meg Whitman joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. That’s good news because a venture capital team with a woman invests in more female-founded startups than venture capital teams without a woman as partner. Here are 5 female angels and investors to [...]