A growing high tech startup industry trend has little to do with tech, and a lot to do with togetherness. By Sramana Mitra (Founder, One Million By One Million) There was a time in Silicon Valley when VCs did not like the idea of funding couples. Nonetheless, Cisco and 3Com – two legendary Valley startups [...]
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Victoria Ransom has crossed all those supposedly insurmountable obstacles: starting up, bootstrapping to validation, raising venture capital to scale, building a solid revenue stream, and finally, achieving a successful exit. By Sramana Mitra (Founder, One Million By One Million) A blog post that I wrote on the subject in October 2010 still garners readership and [...]
Google beefs up their social efforts with acquisition of social marketing startup Wildfire Interactive today. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Google declared on its blog today that they will be “sparking better conversation with Wildfire”, announcing the acquisition of social marketing startup Wildfire Interactive today. Wildfire was co-founded by Victoria Ransom and [...]
By Laura Forrest (Marketing Manager, Mozilla) Don’t have a computer science degree? Don’t worry. Don’t let that stop you from founding your own start-up. There are many examples of successful non-technical co-founders who didn’t let the lack of knowing a programming language stop them from creating something great. In this case study, we look at [...]
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder, Women 2.0) Who doesn’t have a love and hate relationship with Facebook? Love it because it can be a source of business and new job creation by female founders! Here are 5 female founders of tech startups making money off Facebook: Annie Chang (Co-Founder & Head of Products, LOLapps) “Don’t be [...]