Tag Archive: FlixMaster

  1. angel
    by Angie Chang

    An Angel Investor’s 3 Rules For Investing

    New York angel investor reveals three personal, less standard, emerging “rules of the game” in investing in early-stage entrepreneurs.

    By Adam Quinton (Managing Director, Golden Seeds & Angel Investor)

    Pretty cool seeing two Women 2.0 posts on two companies I invested in (appearing on the same day) celebrating $1 million funding rounds for FlixMaster and The Muse, respectively. I signed up for these two last year, my first full year as an active angel investor, along with three other investments (EpiEP, Consensus Point and Thrive Metrics).

  2. erikatrautman-flixmaster
    by Angie Chang

    FlixMaster CEO And Co-Founder Erika Trautman Secures $1.125M Seed Funding Led By Golden Seeds

    Before founding FlixMaster, Erika founded an Emmy-Winning production company and worked as a filmmaker.

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

    FlixMaster, a creative platform for enterprise online video, today announced raising $1.125 million in additional funding from a syndicate of investors led by New York-based Golden Seeds. Founded by CEO Erika Trautman, FlixMaster is a graduate of TechStars and Astia that makes online video an interactive experience.

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    by Angie Chang

    Meet The Women Entrepreneurs In Astia’s Fall 2012 Global Entrepreneurs Program

    Astia’s startup teams have a healthy mix of men and women, but clearly have a woman on the Founding/Executive team.

    By Catherine Berman (Senior Vice President, Astia)

    Throw a rock in Silicon Valley and you’ll find a group of startups convening. But woman-led startups? And high-growth woman-led startups that have the potential to transform the business world entirely? Welcome to the Astia Global Entrepreneur Program, a competitive international program that brings the sharpest, hottest woman-led companies from around the world

  4. by Angie Chang

    Female Founders to Follow from TechStars, NewME Accelerators

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

    In the last few weeks, we watched the NewMe accelerator launch the first class of minority led start-ups. We also watched the TechStars Boulder class launch a class of new ventures.

    Here are the women starting some of those newly launched companies:

    Angela Benton (Founder, Cued)
    Angela founded of Cued, a mobile app changing the way you experience location. She co-founded NewMe and publishes Black Web 2.0. Follow her on Twitter at @ABenton.