Want a Discount on HowTo Conference Tickets?


Bootstrapping your startup or just need a financial break? We have good news for you.

By Shaherose Charania (Founder & CEO, Women 2.0)

Innovators from Jawbone, Google (NEST), Yahoo!, Facebook, InstaEDU and more will all be speaking at our conference this fall and thanks to our sponsors, we are able to offer a limited number of discounted bootstrapper tickets!

We understand the challenges bootstrappers face and know that you carefully calculate where you spend your money. We also know that the right connections (especially with investors) and exposure, both of which can happen at our conferences, can help bring you to the next level.

If you are a bootstrapping startup founder or if you’ve been working hard and feel you deserve a discount, APPLY for discounted tickets ASAP.  The second round of bootstrapper discounts will expire August 15th.  

These tickets are limited and offered on a first-come, first-serve basis, so the sooner you apply, the better. If you qualify (lucky you!), you will be notified by email with a code – use it immediately to ensure your ticket at the discounted price.

And hey -if it turns out they have all been taken by the time your apply – don’t worry, we’re doing our best to keep prices low. To ensure you get the best general price, make sure to purchase tickets at the regular-bird rates before they go up on September 1.

Also, bootstrappers should consider applying to our PITCH competition. The deadline to apply is July 31st. PITCH launches startups to the next level, see for yourself.


About the author: Shaherose is the CEO and Co-Founder of Women 2.0. She began her career working at various startups in Silicon Valley as the lead for Product Management, Design and Marketing at: Ribbit (British Telecom), Talenthouse and JAJAH (sold to Telefonica/O2). She is an active advisor to early stage technology startups through her idea lab, Founder Labs which she founded in 2010 and sits on the Board of Directors for Good World Solutions and Hacker Dojo. Her life purpose lies in driving positive change through innovation. Shaherose holds a B.A. in Business Admin from The University of Western Ontario’s Richard Ivey School of Business. Follow her on Twitter at @shaherose