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Crowdfunding is a great way to raise money for your business. Here are the three main types of crowdfunding platforms out there. Knowing the pluses and minuses of each can help you make the right choice for your startup.
Author Obi Felten explores the funding obstacles that come with being in the minority, and she explores solutions including women's networks and new funding models for female founded startups.
Great advice on the must-have individuals to include in your professional networking circle.
Dr. Karin Lachmi has a proposal: How about we go 50-50, men and women, in all companies, including in tech, as a matter of policy?
Professor Deborah Streeter gives an excellent summary of why "women's issues" are everyone's issues, if you know what's best for you. (Like, if you seek harmony, innovation, business success, and fairness.)
A solid list of takeaways, action items, and resources for solving the Diversity and Inclusion deficit in tech--from a town hall event in California in September of 2017.
In the NYC and looking for a job switch? These companies are all looking for top female tech talent.
Five years ago, she made transformed her company into a services and content provider. Today, Enseo is the largest fully monitored out-of-home network in the world with 45 million users in 2017.
Accelerator giant Techstars is launching a new, mostly virtual program for startups run by people who don't want to relocate to participate: Techstars Anywhere.
She was just a teenager with a dream, an idea, and some skills. Next she had to grow into her role as boss and CEO.
A young software engineer shares hard-won work advice from her first job, at Workday.
Does your company believe that the people already working there have the capacity to do more? This growth mindset is a key to fairness and diversity.
Think there aren't enough women in tech? You should see sports tech. One woman has a formula to fix the problem.
Mary Betsy, co-producer of adorable and insightful "dope masterpiece" video series featuring women founders and entrepreneurs, talks to Women 2.0.
Because AI and robotics are going to have an outsized influence on all our lives, and because the next big thing won't come out of a bootcamp but a lab, Kelly Coyne and Jennifer Gill Roberts are raising $30 million to invest in tech companies.