Companies that persist in picturing early adopters as exclusively male are missing out on massive business opportunities, claims Sephora’s CMO. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) Who’s the stereotypical early adopter of tech innovations? For the answer look no further than satirical Tumblr ‘White Guys Wearing Google Glass.’ This white dude image might not be [...]
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A treasure trove of tips, predictions and insight from the conference’s keynote speaker, Marc Andreessen, in conversation with Ruchi Sanghvi, co-founder of Cove and first female engineer at Facebook. by Salem Kimble (Manager, Online Strategies, BetterWorld Telecom) Women 2.0 is leading the charge in the world of technology for connecting women with opportunity and each other. But [...]
Girls may still make up a smaller percentage of women in tech than they should, but these up-and-coming female coders are aiming to ensure women have an outsized impact on the industry. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) Young women may be dominating on college campuses and out-earning men in some cities but in the [...]
Developers: are you ready for it? Google I/O is coming! By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) The only ticket in the Silicon Valley for women that hotter than a ticket to a Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner would be to the annual Google developer’s conference – Google I/O. This year, Google I/O is [...]