A female founder explains how technology is shaking up the film industry and how women are participating in the distribution revolution. By Celeste North (Founder, NuFlick) Film has always been related to technology. Since the invention of the Zoetrope to the 4DX, the film industry relies on technological development to continually sell a more interesting [...]
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An entrepreneur with two successful crowdfunding campaigns under her belt explains what you need to make your crowdfunding effort a success. By Linda Franco (Co-Founder, MACHINA) As an entrepreneur, crowdfunding is something you hear a lot about, but few take the plunge. After doing this twice I can understand why. I’ve been through two different [...]
The Sky’s The Limit: Explore Emerging Markets, Trends & Opportunities For “The Next Billion” At The Women 2.0 Conference
Discussing consumers, markets and products for “The Next Billion”. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) “The Next Billion” is the theme for the 2013 Women 2.0 Conference coming up on February 14, 2013 in San Francisco and we will be welcoming a panel of entrepreneurs from Latin America: Linda Franco (Co-Founder & CMO, [...]
Women entrepreneurs emerge from global Wayra startup accelerators. By Patricia Araque (Co-Founder & Director, Ellas 2.0) At the Americas Venture Capital Conference in Miami, Wayra drew nearly 200 investors to present 17 startups who have participated in Wayra’s global startup accelerator. Of these 17 companies, 5 have women on their founding teams. Meet these 6 [...]
Women-led startups from Mexico and Brazil represent at Disrupt! By Nora Palladino (Business Development Manager, NXTP Labs) TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco was attended 2000 people and featured many foreign pavilions (Argentinian, Brazilian, Chilean and Mexican Alleys). This gave the San Francisco event an international and multicultural taste. Here are some Latin American startups founded by [...]
By Rebecca Lipon (Application & Judges Coordinator, PITCH Competition 2012) Last week I trekked up to the Microsoft’s San Francisco campus to see Mexican.VC‘s Demo Day. Mexico is not known for spawning Internet companies, but with our sister site, Ellas 2.0, we wanted to know what is happening in Mexico. Mexican.VC styles itself as Silicon [...]