I was fascinated by the article entitled “Money matters: why women struggle in the Silicon Valley” in part, because it’s an inside look into what women founders really do/encounter and for so long has largely been kept secret. By Elizabeth Yin (Co-Founder, LaunchBit) Investors use pattern recognition – they believe that by investing in teams/products [...]
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Risk minimization leverages pattern recognition, pattern iteration and pattern replication. By Larry Chiang (CEO, Duck9 & Stanford University EIR) I have this theory that risk can be nearly eliminated. I mentor academically smart female engineers to also be street smart. Street smart used to imply shady. In this Women 2.0 blog post, it means compression [...]
By Larry Chiang (CEO, Duck9 & Stanford University EIR) Parties have patterns. Like many women, I get invited to a lot of uber cool things last minute. Of course, I had to toil years in the basement suite, kiss parent company ass, write 300 blog posts at BusinessWeek, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, GigaOm, Xconomy and pen a [...]
By Michal Tsur (Co-Founder & President, Kaltura) and Leah Belsky (VP of Strategy, Kaltura) When Cyota started more than 12 years ago, it was developing a solution to provide online shoppers with a single use online credit card number, so that their primary card would never be revealed online. It sounded like an extremely innovative [...]
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Last week, Pemo Theodore interviewed 500 Startups Dave McClure along with several women co-founders in his portfolio: Prerna Gupta (CEO, khu.sh), Elizabeth Yin and Jennifer Chin (Co-Founders, LaunchBit). “Women founders or co-founders are probably 20-25% of the [500 Startups] portfolio. I think there is probably some bias [...]