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VCs Joy Marcus, Charlie O’Donnell And David Tisch Judging Women 2.0 PITCH NYC Startup Competition (November 14)
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Vying for top prize, PITCH NYC 2012 Startup Competition finalists will be competing for $25,000 in cash, a prized investor meeting with Marc Andreessen and a host of startup-friendly services.
Today we are announcing the first three judges joining us for PITCH Startup Competition (Nov. 14 in NYV) – Charlie O’Donnell (Partner, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures), David Tisch (Managing Partner, BoxGroup) and Joy Marcus (Venture Partner, DFJ Gotham).
Here’s some background on the investors who will be joining us on November 14 in New York:
I believe that’s why the myth soldiers on… to keep us from talking.
By Tara Hunt (Co-Founder & CEO, Buyosphere)
My #1 pet peeve is the “women don’t support one another” myth that gets thrown around all too often and by men and women alike.
First off, let me agree that there ARE some awfully insecure men AND women who will talk behind one another’s backs to make life more difficult.
My advice, avoid them, but don’t jump to conclusions about an entire gender because of one nasty person. (My mother always taught me, “If someone is talking nasty about someone