PITCH NYC 2012: DailyWorth CEO Amanda Steinberg Talks Marketing, Growth Hacking And Building 6 Companies
Live from PITCH NYC 2012 Conference & Competition –
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
At the 2012 PITCH NYC Conference, DailyWorth CEO and founder Amanda Steinberg talks from her experience of building over 200 websites. DailyWorth is her sixth business and she aimed to share tips with the audience at Women 2.0
“The most important lesson I learned is that as CEOs and founders, we make things too complicated,” said DailyWorth’s Amanda Steinberg.
A femgineer discusses the Silicon Valley and women in engineering.
By Espree Devora (Founder, Save Business Time)
Attending South by Southwest for the first time back in 2009 was like being in the nerd version of Willy Wonka’s Wonderland. Everything was a stimulus. Gary Vaynerchuk showering his audience with entrepreneurial inspiration and outlandish profanities. Start ups launching their new products.
South by Southwest Interactive was, and still is, a candy land of the very best people, technologies, influencers and, at times, affluent hustlers like Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, riding around town on his Delivering Happiness bus.
By Shaherose Charania (Co-Founder & CEO, Women 2.0)
I moved to Silicon Valley in 2005 and almost always was the only woman in the room at business, technology or entrepreneurship networking events.
Then one day, I met a guy named Noah Kagan who introduced me to a few awesome women he knew. He said, “I want you to meet these women, I think you should do something together.” He booked a room at the Palo Alto Facebook office for us where he worked; and without any formal security clearance (this was back in 2005), we the founders of Women 2.0 met, talked and conceived the