Angel investor Joanne Wilson on the challenges of both exuding power and being likable.
The marketplace for connecting businesses to American factories announces a $1M round.
As gatekeepers of venture capital, where are the women in venture capital who blog?
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Thought leadership in technology, entrepreneurship and business is established by blogging and tweeting. Unfortunately, the blog rolls of venture capitalists are filled with mostly, well, men ranging from the partners at Andreesseen Horowitz, Y Combinator, and the pundits at TechCrunch… but where are the women?
Applications for the largest-ever startup accelerator and the first to support early-stage entrepreneurs with no strings attached are due by April 3rd.
By Joanne Wilson (Blogger & Angel Investor, Gotham Gal)
Here is the info
The Kickstarter campaign ran for 35 days and closed on October 13, 2012 having raised $238,000 ($138,000 over the original goal).
By Rachel Taylor (Founder, Convometrics)
As a social worker, Liz Salcedo was constantly on the go and using her phone for talking, texting and navigation. Phone batteries don’t last forever, and Liz was left in a sticky situation sans cell phone one too many times. Liz took matters into her own hands in August of 2011, and with the help of her tech-savvy husband Dan, produced the first Everpurse prototype.