Tag Archive: Natalie Gordon

  1. BabyList
    by Angie Chang

    Slowly, Slowly: Growing From Side Project To Funded Startup

    The startup seems to move very fast. But actually, it is a slow story.

    By Natalie Gordon (Founder, BabyList)

    My company, BabyList, is part of the fall batch of 500 Startups. I decided that 500 was the perfect accelerator for BabyList, saw that they had open enrollment, spent two days on my application, had an interview and was accepted. Two days later, I was in Mountain View (a painful commute from my home in San Francisco). All of this took place in under two weeks.

  2. women2_logo
    by Angie Chang

    Female Founders To Follow: 500 Startups’ Women Entrepreneurs

    Out of the 33 companies selected for 500 Startups’ fifth class, 7 companies boast at least one female founder on the team.

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

    An early-stage seed fund and incubator program in Mountain View, California, 500 Startups invests primarily in consumer and SMB internet startups, and related web infrastructure services.

    This week, 7 companies out of 33 companies announced as selected incubator program companies boast a female founder.