Are you watching Sheleader yet? You’d better be. Episode 4, below, features
Debra Cleaver, founder of Vote.org, who suddenly found herself without a job: “I could call myself unemployed or an entrepreneur. Entrepreneur sounds much better.” Isn’t that the truth!
Five years ago, she made transformed her company into a services and content provider. Today, Enseo is the largest fully monitored out-of-home network in the world with 45 million users in 2017.
Accelerator giant Techstars is launching a new, mostly virtual program for startups run by people who don’t want to relocate to participate: Techstars Anywhere.
Mary Betsy, co-producer of adorable and insightful “dope masterpiece” video series featuring women founders and entrepreneurs, talks to Women 2.0.
Christiana Zoupa just co-founded a blockchain company that aims to improve the lives of millions of seafarers and to reward the scientific community by accelerating new technologies in the shipping industry. Will it work? The next 25 days or so will be telling.
Debra Cleaver of Vote.org is the subject of Sheleader vlog, episode #4. We love this series, which introduces viewers to female founders. It’s that rare combo: inspiring AND adorable.
They almost didn’t make it to the first meeting, but this startup story has a happy ending for Kristina Jones, co-founder of Court Buddy.
It’s a pretty brilliant idea she had: Help Baby Boomers find housemates. Meet Wendi Burkhardt, and hear her entrepreneurial success story with Silvernest.
This entrepreneur is grateful for all the time she spent working within a large manufacturing company before she launched out on her own.
Women continue to be on the rise in the blockchain field, so we took to showcasing some of the most prominent figures.
This is a very good list of big, small, and medium things VCs can do to make funding and future businesses more fair and inclusive and successful.