Boston-based serial entrepreneur Susie Kim Riley raises Series A for her mobile startup Aquto to disrupt how we look at mobile data plans. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Susie Kim Riley is a serial entrepreneur. After rising in engineering ranks at companies, she founded and led technology development at Camiant as CTO, [...]
Posts Tagged "Serial Entrepreneur"
By Margaret Wallace (Founder & CEO, Playmatics) Over the past few years, I have had many opportunities to speak with up-and-coming entrepreneurs, both in San Francisco and in New York City. I get as much out of it as I hope they get. I enjoy sharing my knowledge and experience in founding startups and raising [...]
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Founders and CEOs of early-stage startups are frequently faced with the daunting task of raising venture capital for their companies. Many face that challenge ill-equipped, just as serial entrepreneur Carol Realini had in 1997 when she co-founded her first company. Since then, Carol has successfully raised over [...]
By Alice Rathjen (Founder & President, DNA Guide) My latest company DNA Guide is a physician/patient engagement tool for personal genetic data. We’ve built a full genome browser for the iPad and eventually want to offer an electronic medical record (EMR) solution that uses a person’s DNA for their user account and has a map [...]
By Stella Huh (Founder, SecondLeap) When I started on the entrepreneurial journey over two years ago, I had this naive notion that I could do everything on my own and that I needed to keep my ideas a secret. Three websites and a startup incubator program later, I learned some lessons I wish I knew [...]