Tag Archive: Chitsie

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    by Angie Chang

    Which Woman Entrepreneur Inspires You?

    Win a ticket to Women 2.0 PITCH NYC 2012, gift bag and a chance to feature on Women 2.0.

    By Chitra Rakesh (Founder, Chitsie)

    They build. They lead. They inspire. Yes, we’re talking about women entrepreneurs steering the Fortune 500s, changing the corporate equation, building successful companies, making rapid strides, traversing boundaries, scaling new heights and inspiring a whole new generation of women entrepreneurs.

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    by Angie Chang

    Startup Fun: The Unsaid Truth

    With so many uncertainties clouding our startup worlds, it is hard to be point blank sometimes.

    By Chitra Rakesh (Founder, Chitsie)

    When I founded my startup, Chitsie, I promised to myself that I am going to have fun along the way. Somewhere down the road, user traction started getting the better of me. So I’m going to pause for a moment, and share with you how we, early-stage startup founders, tend to field everyday startup questions.

  3. women2.0_pitch
    by Angie Chang

    Win A Free Ticket To Attend PITCH 2012 Conference In New York!

    Enter the Women 2.0 Inspiration Contest on Chitsie to win a free ticket to November’s conference!

    By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)

    Women 2.0 partnered with Chitsie to offer a contest for a free PITCH Conference & Competition ticket (valued at $600).

    To enter the contest, just answer this question on Chitsie here -

    “Which woman entrepreneur inspires you the most and why?”

    Tell us on Chitsie – in 30 words or less – for a chance to win!

    Last day to submit an answer for a chance to win a FREE ticket to PITCH Conference & Competition on November 14

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    by Angie Chang

    From Conception To Launch – Whoa, What A Journey!

    Early-stage startup founder shares learnings as she reflects on what it took to finally ship it out.

    By Chitra Rakesh (Founder, Chitsie)

    It took me over a year, some patience and a lot of conviction to bring my website, Chitsie, to life. Yes, you may consider that insane in a land where startups are churned out over weekends. I do agree that is “forever time” in startup dictionary.

    But if you’re looking to go live with clients and advisors; if you’re not an ex-Google employee or through an incubator program; if you’re not from Stanford; and if you haven’t even attended school in this part of the world – it is freaking hard. It was, for me!

    And if I could do it, so can you.