Are you watching Sheleader yet? You'd better be. Episode 4, below, features
Debra Cleaver, founder of Vote.org, who suddenly found herself without a job: "I could call myself unemployed or an entrepreneur. Entrepreneur sounds much better." Isn't that the truth!
Marina Shumaieva, a co-founder and CTO of a startup b2b cruise itinerary aggregator, could tell that many people at TechCrunch Disrupt were surprised to learn she was the tech-lead for the company. Here's her take on how to best overcome sexist assumptions.
Megan O'Connor, co-founder and CEO of Clark, writes about the inspiration for Clark's app, a virtual-assistant for tutors to improve scheduling and communication with families and teachers.
Nikki Barua tried living life by the rules. Then she insisted on being fully, unapologetically herself, in life and at work. It's going well.
Travel solo, but not alone, with travel companies by and for women. Writer AnnaMarie Houlis describes five startups to watch.
Seed rounds aren't what they used to be. Venture Capitalist Parul Singh gives expert advice on how to get funding for your startup now.
Nina Luu's new company, Shippabo, is filling what she sees as a big, unclaimed, gaping vacuum in one of the largest industries there is: shipping. And wherever there's room for improvement, there's room for two other things, too: new tech and new profits.
Andrea Loubier, co-founder and CEO of Mailbird, writes about her experience launching and growing a unified email client.
Yuliya Tarasava talks with Women 2.0 about founding a new financial company, CNote, that competes with banks as a place to save money.
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.
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.