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Words of wisdom from three female founders to launch Women’s Entrepreneurship Month.
The Muse plans to use the seed funding to better personalize its advice and recommendations for job seekers and expand its network to new cities.
YC founding partner (and Women 2.0 conference speaker) shares her thoughts on how the changing tech industry is diversifying the accelerator’s applicant pool.
Here are just some of the founders in NY who are leaving their mark on the world, (part 2 to come).
“When you run a business, summarizing “how things are going” is more or less impossible. But the secret to answering this question is realizing that your goal isn’t to summarize — it’s to set the conversation in motion along a productive path.”
By Rachel Lehmann-Haupt (Editor, Women 2.0)
It’s a natural question when you’re having lunch with a friend, but when it comes to your fledgling startup, it’s often the last one you want to hear. In a recent post in the Harvard Business Review, Kathryn Minshew, the CEO of the Muse and the Daily Muse explains her four point strategy for getting through it.
New York angel investor reveals three personal, less standard, emerging “rules of the game” in investing in early-stage entrepreneurs.
By Adam Quinton (Managing Director, Golden Seeds & Angel Investor)
Pretty cool seeing two Women 2.0 posts on two companies I invested in (appearing on the same day) celebrating $1 million funding rounds for FlixMaster and The Muse, respectively. I signed up for these two last year, my first full year as an active angel investor, along with three other investments (EpiEP, Consensus Point and Thrive Metrics).
PITCH NYC 2013 Startup Competition Finalist The Muse (Formerly The Daily Muse) Raises $1.2M Seed Funding
For career advice and a better job search, The Muse raises seed funding for the female-founded startup.
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Congrats to The Muse and female founders Kathryn Minshew, Melissa McCreery and Alex Cavoulacos on raising $1.2 million in seed funding for the career website! Backed by Y Combinator, the company’s investors include 500 Startups, Great Oaks Ventures, Eric Ries, Gordon Crawford, Cathie Black and Thomas Lehrman.