Raising kids is hard. The recent MamaBear Family Tech Conference spotlighted founders who are using tech to make it easier, including these incredible women.
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.
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.