Pickie co-founder Sonia Sahney Nagar talks about her digital-meets-retail startup Pickie in NY TechStars. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Women 2.0 talked to TechStars participant Sonia Sahney Nagar, a co-founder and CEO of a personalized shopping magazine for the iPad called Pickie. A former Amazon, Goldman Sachs and Booz & Co employee, [...]
Posts Tagged "Incubator"
Secure the funds you need to give your startup runway – from competitions to crowdfunding. By Nillie Goldman (Founder & Publisher, WebToTheRescue) For some entrepreneurial ventures, startup capital needs are minimal. If an entrepreneur has a low risk profile (and an idea that doesn’t require a lot of startup capital), this could be the way [...]
By Hadiyah Mujhid (Co-Founder, Black Founders) A few weeks ago, I stumbled across an article in the Huffington Post, titled “Art Incubators: How Libraries Offer More Than Books.” The article highlights a project called Library as Incubator that focuses on using libraries as a community resource which support and allow collaboration with artists. The Library [...]
By Brandy Alexander-Wimberly (Founder & CMO, Buyvite) I am currently in startup mode on Buyvite, a business that received funding and support from Rocket Ventures. Buyvite is expected to launch in the coming months and is a product based in the social commerce space. Joining forces with Rocket Ventures, a local seed fund and incubator [...]
By Rachel Sklar (Founder, Change The Ratio) The time is once again upon us: Y Combinator applications are due tomorrow. From there, Paul Graham and company will choose the next crop of Y Combinator startups, which will converge on Silicon Valley in January 2012 to innovate, iterate, develop, learn and build — and take a [...]
By Lisa Suennen (Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Psilos Group) VentureBeat recently asked: “Do teens make good founders?” As the parent of a teenager, my immediate thought was, “Yeah, sure, right after they clean up their rooms and set the table, they can be totally awesome founders, as long as they can tear themselves away from [...]