Women 2.0 encourages me to build a healthy nucleus for a cell that aspires to thrive. By Katrina Salas-Padilla (Contributing Writer, Women 2.0) To a budding entrepreneur what could be sexier than intimate contact with the coveted almighty power of a willing investor? One might argue that a computer engineer and UX designer duo might [...]
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Children’s Edu Apps Startup Duck Duck Moose, Co-Founded By Nicci Gabriel And Caroline Hu Flexer, Raises $7M Series A
The co-founders produced all music and illustrations themselves. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Designer Nicci Gabriel and former IDEO consultant Caroline Hu Flexer co-founded Duck Duck Moose to build smartphone apps for children. The mother of two young girls, Caroline wanted more quality educational apps for children. So she did it. After [...]
“If you ain’t pissed off for greatness, that means you’re okay with being mediocre.” – Ray Lewis By Ellora Israni (Co-Founder, she++) It’s extremely hard to sit down and write a blog post when you’re not entirely sure that what you have to say is interesting or relevant or even remotely helpful to the rest [...]
The co-chairs of she++ speak up about the first women in tech conference at Stanford. By Ayna Agarwal & Ellora Israni (Co-Chairs, she++ Conference at Stanford University) This Monday, the world’s largest social media giant made its most expensive acquisition in history when it purchased a 13-person startup – a startup that makes exactly $0 [...]