These female founders involved in startups geared toward improving urban living are well worth keeping an eye on. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) Living in a bustling city can be amazing, but it can also have its annoyances from traffic snarls and lunatic parking rules to crummy, distant supermarkets and less than fresh air. [...]
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Are you an urban innovator (think Uber and Airbnb) trying to get your idea off the ground? A new nonprofit accelerator wants to help. By Clara Brenner and Julie Lein (Co-Founders, Tumml) Our company was born out of a women’s conference (no joke!). We founded Tumml in 2012 after working as co-directors of the MIT [...]
Revolution Foods joined the ICA Portfolio in 2005 with six employees operating out of a 1,000 square foot facility. By Abby Bobé (Dual MBA & CS Candidate, Mills College) With a track record of scaling businesses like Revolution Foods, Blue Bottle Company and Back to the Roots to well-known national organizations, Inner City Advisors is [...]
Meet the women entrepreneurs of Thryve, Foodily, Local Dirt, Cookooree, Revolution Foods and more. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) In addition to the growing army of food trucks and lasting local/sustainable food movement, there are plenty of interesting startups in the food space to watch. Women-led ventures take fooding to the next [...]
By Blake Landau (Blogger, What’s Your Story) I have a secret for you. There’s a lot going on in Oakland — job creation, innovation and economic growth. The businesses promoted in local events are uplifting the Oakland economy and enjoying all the benefits of the Bay Area’s best kept secret. The October 20 panel was [...]
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Last week, we saw a flurry of activity around a news article stating that DBL Investors is the only women-led VC firm in the United States. We asked Cynthia Ringo, Managing Partner at DBL Investors about it. Cynthia Ringo: We know there are more women-led VC firms, [...]
By Emily Goligoski (Contributing Writer, Women 2.0) Educational tech startups, take note: while your accomplishments in both social benefits and development breakthroughs may be massive, you have quite a few calls to make about financial and employee reward models on your way there. Such was the takeaway at “Inside the Entrepreneur’s Studio,” a breakout at [...]