The startup seems to move very fast. But actually, it is a slow story. By Natalie Gordon (Founder, BabyList) My company, BabyList, is part of the fall batch of 500 Startups. I decided that 500 was the perfect accelerator for BabyList, saw that they had open enrollment, spent two days on my application, had an [...]
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Marketing in Silicon Valley requires a scientific approach. By Julie Zhou (Growthmaster, Hipmunk) Math was my favorite subject in high school. After college, I was primed for the well-trodden path to investment banking where I could play with numbers all day. Instead, when Google came calling in search of marketers, my career took an unexpected [...]
My Startup Cost $25,000 For Its Entire First Year, Funded That Start Myself (And Now The Business Is Worth Millions)
DailyWorth is now a multi-million dollar business. But for its first year, the founder bootstrapped the venture herself with only $25,000. Here’s how she did it. By Amanda Steinberg (Founder & CEO, DailyWorth) I launched DailyWorth, now a multi-million dollar online community for women, by spending less than $25,000 in our first year of operation [...]
By Carmen Vargas (Intern, Experience in Software) I’ve been in Eureka! since the 7th grade, and I was thrilled to finally get an internship this year. Eureka! is a program that takes place during the summer and school year. It helps teenage girls prepare for college and it prepares them to work in a world [...]