Tag Archive: One Kings Lane

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    by Angie Chang

    Cowboy Ventures Founder Aileen Lee Joins Women 2.0 Conference’s Disruption Panel (February 14)

    This Thursday, join hundreds of entrepreneurial women building high-growth and high-tech companies at the Women 2.0 Conference – learn from the best and get mentored by investors and experienced entrepreneurs during lunch!

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

    Women 2.0 welcomes Aileen Lee, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, onstage this Thursday for the Women 2.0 Conference where she will be moderating a panel discussing disrupting industries with women-led ventures.

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    Female Founders To Watch: Shop XX This Holiday Season From Women-Led E-Commerce Companies

    Support women entrepreneurs building high-growth ventures online!

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

    Women are still missing at the top levels of business. From executive positions to boardrooms, women are missing from the top levels of businesses we shop at.

    It always frustrates me to look at a beloved clothing companies’ website to find that the entire board of directors and founding team are consists of men. This makes me wonder if women’s roles today

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    by Angie Chang

    Founder Susan Feldman Talks How She Started One Kings Lane

    “Two real good blind dates – one was when I met my husband and the second one was when I met my business partner” – Susan Feldman, Co-Founder of One Kings Lane.

    By Sandra Pan (Management Consultant, Self)

    In the past three years, One Kings Lane has grown from a bootstrapped startup to $200M in revenue, registered five million users and hired 250 full time employees. That’s astounding success, and they’re continuing to dominate and lead the innovation in the home/lifestyle ecommerce industry.

    It all started when Susan Feldman who left her nice apartment in Manhattan moved into a house for the first time since she moved out of her parent’s home to go to college, and couldn’t find time to decorate. Susan was running around busily with kids

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    by Angie Chang

    How Do You Know When You Have a Good Business Idea?

    Five months after these co-founders met, they launched One Kings Lane.

    By Susan Feldman & Alison Pincus (Co-Founders, One Kings Lane)

    The consumer space is filled with countless new ideas, and it’s always exciting to see which ones catapult to become the “next big thing.” While we continue to see startups revolutionizing the way people shop, interact and get inspired, it can be challenging to make your own mark in the world. There’s nothing more empowering than getting your voice heard, and we believe there is always room for fantastic ideas.

    For us, we recognized a void online that needed to be filled: There was no exciting, curated destination on the web where consumers could find top designer brands for their home that delivered

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    by Angie Chang

    The Huffington Post: Women Entrepreneurs On The Rise

    By Jack D. Hidary (Co-Founder, Dice)

    What do Gilt, Foodspotting and TaskRabbit all have in common? They were all co-founded by women. This is an encouraging sign in a field that has too few female entrepreneurs.

    A recent article in San Francisco Magazine highlights a new crop of women-led startups in the Bay Area.

    These include: One Kings Lane, Silver Tail, Modcloth, Slideshare and Allvoices. We are seeing more startups co-founded by women on the east coast as well such as Birchbox, Clothia,

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    by Angie Chang

    How Deal with Two Women Points to a Different Silicon Valley

    By Chris O’Brien (Business & Technology Columnist, San Jose Mercury News)

    Something happened last week in Silicon Valley that was remarkable simply because nothing about it was remarkable. Well, almost nothing. On Monday, a stealth startup announced it had raised $7.3 million from a prominent venture firm. The deal hinged on the long-term relationship between the founder, a serial entrepreneur, and a venture capitalist who has become a leading figure in e-commerce startups. They had worked together in the past and had become cornerstones of each other’s networks over the past decade.

    In other words, it’s the kind of thing that happens every day in Silicon Valley — except for one crucial detail: They’re both women.