Want journalists to thoroughly ignore your marketing campaign? Just ignore their needs. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) You’ve got a great product. Now all you need is for people to actually know it exists. Sounds like a job for the press. But how can you get journalists and commentators to take notice? VC Mark [...]
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I’ve been on the fence about raising money for my second startup. By Erica Douglass (Co-Founder & CEO, Whoosh Traffic) As the owner of a startup, should you raise money for your business? There are arguments both ways. In the software industry, developers are expensive, and it may take 12-24 months to come up with [...]
By Laura Yecies (CEO, SugarSync) I’m a regular reader of Mark Suster’s blog “Both Sides of the Table”. He wrote a post last week on one of my favorite topics “Why Aren’t there More Female Entrepreneurs”. He brings up some interesting points on his women role models and positive experience with women entrepreneurs – so [...]
By Sharon Vosmek (CEO, Astia) I recently posted a response to an October 3 blog post by Mark Suster “Why Aren’t There More Female Entrepreneurs?”, and I thought my comments should be translated more broadly. Below is a version of my post which is intended to clearly articulate the value proposition for: Why [high-growth] entrepreneurship? [...]
By Mark Suster (General Partner, GRP Partners) I’m often asked the question about why there aren’t more women who are entrepreneurs. On my blog I’ve been hesitant to take the topic head on. Somehow it seems kind of strange for a man to answer this question that obviously comes from a man’s point of view. [...]