A curated list of stories, news, and resources pertaining to female founders and leaders.
Recently I’ve come across more + more conversations and awareness on mental health, burnouts and stress. As someone who has optimised their life following a burnout I highly welcome the growing movement in this field.
I don’t think people realise how much strength it takes to pull your own self out of a dark place mentally. So, if you’ve done that today or any day, I’m proud of you.
PS I am opening up 20 slots for two AMA’s I am moderating on Marketing next week! We’ll be covering Marketing for B2C Apps and Marketing Strategy for Entrepreneurs with 2 incredible Marketeers! Both sessions are FREE and limited to the first 20 people to sign up :)
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It’s been a little over one year since I first published a list of 35 Latina tech founders who had raised more than $1 million in funding. People had been telling me for years that we simply did not exist so we couldn’t be funded, placed on panels, highlighted on female founder lists, etc.
Today’s blog post is all about the annoying things that VCs commonly say or ask. I did a call out on Twitter this week and these are the VCisms that the crowds have bubbled up as the most annoying things out of a VC’s mouth. 1) What if Google Builds It? (@pravesh) This one was cited…
In the world of podcasting, the flywheel is spinning: new technologies including AirPods, connected cars, and smart speakers have made it much easier for consumers to listen to audio content, which in turn creates more revenue and financial opportunity for creators, which further encourages high-quality audio content to flow into the space.
As a founder, you should treat fundraising like you treat sales. And that means building a strong funnel and pipeline. Both funnels need to have a high volume of relevant and qualified leads at the top.
If you’ve been out and about in Silicon Valley in the last month or so, chances are you’ve heard of “Alpha Girls,” a new book written by journalist Julian Guthrie about four people who’ve made a big impact on the world of startup investing. The book recognizes them — Theresia Gouw, MJ Elmore, Sonja Hoel […]
“So why do you like fundraising so much now?" It was a dreary day, and I was catching up over coffee with a friend of mine whom I hadn’t seen in a couple of years. And we were talking about startups and fundraising. This friend has known me since when I had my company LaunchBit,…
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