Foodspotting Founder and CEO Alexa Andrzejewski Virtually Only Woman Onstage at Facebook Developer Conference
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
By Alexa Andrzejewski (Founder & CEO, Foodspotting)
When people ask me for advice on how to take an idea and make it real, my number one tip is to share your idea with anyone who will listen. This was also lesson one in the Women 2.0 workshop I took when I was first considering turning Foodspotting into a startup: The value of sharing your idea far outweighs the risk that someone is just sitting around with nothing better to do than steal it!
In fact, in building Foodspotting, I’ve realized that taking an idea and making it concrete is the most important thing you can do as a startup founder. Can you picture that?
Cracking The Glass Ceiling: Female Leaders Alexa Andrzejewski, Shaherose Charania and Julia Hu Making Strides at Start-Ups
By Emily Glazer (Writer, Wall Street Journal)
Women represent just over 15% of angel investors, and only 5% to 7% of partners at high-tech VC investor firms in the U.S., according to a recent study by Illuminate Ventures, an early-stage venture firm.
In August 2009, designer Alexa Andrzejewski, who focuses on product strategy, research and design, attended
On Thursday, May 12 at 6pm in San Francisco, BizTechDay is hosting a mobile centric meetup with the Peter Vesterbacka (Creator, Angry Birds), Brian Wong (Founder & CEO, Kiip) and Alexa Andrzejewski (Founder & CEO, Foodspotting).
Come connect with everyone who cares about the booming mobile industry! Say hi to Women 2.0 member and Foodspotting founder & CEO Alexa Andrzejewski as she discusses the mobile economy with the maker of Angry Birds and Kiip’s young founder & CEO.