By Arabella Santiago (Executive Director, TechWeek)
My co-founder, Suzanne Debrunner, and I had the great pleasure of covering the Women 2.0 Conference for our startup, StartupLive, and Women 2.0 media partner, Techweek. The event was full of positive energy and brilliant thinkers and visionaries of startup technology and entrepreneurship.

Being a woman founder ourselves, we couldn’t help but be captivated by the people and content of the conference. We hope that the videos below help you get to know some of these insightful and engaging startup founders who attended the conference this year.
Danielle Wyss, co-founder and CEO of Boqa, on being an architect and launching a startup:

David Weekly, founder of PBWorks, on new opportunities for women in technology:

Curtiss Pope, founder of AisleFinder, on working with his wife to build his mobile app:

Shaherose Charania, co-founder and CEO of Women 2.0, on failing, shipping and measuring success

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Photo credit: Erica Kawamoto Hsu.

ArabellaTV_me_square_biggerAbout the guest blogger: Arabella Santiago is the Executive Director of Techweek, the largest technology and innovation conference in the Midwest. Arabella began her career as a newspaper reporter. She recently launched StartupLive, a platform that curates and produces videos and content that are relevant, insightful and passionate about startup culture. She graduated with a degree in political science and English at Rutgers University. Follow her on Twitter at @arabellatv.