Bubble Tank works with VCs and angel investors to bring a young fresh face to the world of investing.
By Sarah Austin (Founder, Pop17)
It’s a way to work with VCs and power angel investors to bring a young fresh face to the world of investing. My goal in this series is to be a listener and learner and give back to the larger Silicon Valley community by connecting startups with investors whom, together, can have a significant impact on the world.
I have some small investments made that I will see through on return and am building out my own portfolio of investments along the way.
I’m excited to introduce this new web show, event, and virtual hang out series as a foundation for building better startups that will grow into larger companies.
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Photo credit: Gabriela Pinto on Flickr.
About the guest blogger: Sarah Austin is the Founder of Pop 17, a web series about Internet culture. Pop17 features interviews with tech-oriented business owners and Internet personalities at tech-related events and parties. In late 2011, she became a correspondent for TV networks such as Fox and Logo. Follow her on Twitter at @sarahaustin.