This year, the theme for WE3 is “Getting Down To Business”.
By Joanne Wilson (Blogger & Angel Investor, Gotham Gal)
In the last two years, many businesses have started after this festival because people have found their business partners, mentors at all stages and the support system to just do it.
Starting a business in New York City? Master the skills you need to create a successful startup.
By Grace Ng (Co-Founder, Lean Startup Machine)
Lean Startup Machine New York packs the grueling journey of entrepreneurship into 3 days, so you don’t have to fumble around for 6 months. Learn techniques to prioritize and test product assumptions, prove business viability, and get the customer traction needed to take your business to the next level.
Debunking the three biggest dating myths in San Francisco.
Learn how to get things done as opposed to talking about the internets.
SheSays has teamed up with Elizabeth Kiehner from Thornberg & Forester to give you all the basics you need to start your career digital in superstardom in a Digital Production Course on December 7 in New York City. The event will keep things practical, focusing on the ‘how’ rather than the ‘what’.
The class will show you how to make a Facebook brand application. Instructors are award-winning professionals who work in the industry and know what they are talking about.
We will be hosting Women 2.0 Founder Friday events on November 16 – find one near you!
Creating more role models for the world has always been an ambition.
By Shoshi Roberts (Co-Organizer, Ladies Who Code)
It began as a whisper over lunch meetings, conferences, and social gatherings. “How many other women coders do you work with?” we would ask. “Well, it’s just me…” we heard time and time again. It wasn’t unanimous, but it sure was prevalent.
We decided that an archipelago of desks across the city wasn’t enough, thus Ladies Who Code was born.
Showcase your fashion or e-commerce goods at PITCH NYC Conference to hundreds of entrepreneurs and technologists!
By Sepideh Nasiri (Vice President of All Things Offline, Women 2.0)
We’re excited to come to New York from San Francisco, bringing our PITCH Conference to the fashion capital of the world. We would like to invite and include emerging and current fashion designers to showcase their products (jewelry, shoes, purses, dresses, clothes, etc) at our Fashion 2.0 Alley on November 14
At Hack’n Jill, our hackathon attendees are concentrating on building amazing products and services.
By Eugenia Koo (Co-Founder, Hack’n Jill)
Recently Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg gave some serious kudos to software engineer Nora Mullaney on Quora for Mullaney’s response to the question, “What advice would seasoned women in tech give to younger girls deciding to make a tech career for themselves?”
The total response thread is delightfully lengthy
Founder Friday is looking for new team members and volunteers!
Connect with some of the most influential people in mobile and NFC at one of the upcoming TAPPED NFC Hackathons:
- NFC Hackathon – New York (October 6-7)
- NFC Hackathon – San Francisco (October 20-21)
- NFC Hackathon – Boston (October 27-28)
Near Field Communications (NFC) is a technology that lets devices and things talk to each other. All you need to do to make something happen is to have two NFC devices touch, or tap. NFC is