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Back with part two of my Women of TechCrunch feature and three more founders eager to share their advice and views on women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) startups. And yes, the breastfeeding tech story.  I know you’re curious, I was too!  But first…. Let's import

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Deborah Greene founded LiveaMoment -- which promotes peaceful living through technologies that help individuals find inner balance and collective philanthropy --  in 2016 after “quitting everything” to pursue a more socially impactful professional life. Writer, educator, founder of The Foliage Project in LA, and serving most

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Kate Levenstien is a lifelong foodie with an insatiable appetite for adventure. She is passionate about creating big, bold, one-of-a-kind experiences. In 2013, she brought her background in events and PR to the world of food and drink, launching the event management agency Cannonball Productions. Today, Cannonball's signature food and beverage

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Businesses help a country’s economy grow, and they provide employment to locals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- A big thank you to Marina Robertson for the following article about the state of women-owned businesses today and the industries that women are influencing! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- "For as long as we can remember, men have dominated different

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ReedPop Founders share how they launch and scale without compromising authenticity. ReedPop was founded in 2009 as a separate division of B2B parent company Reed Exhibitions after early success with its pop culture launch New York Comic Con and a wave of feedback from fans and sponsors who wanted more. Today ReedPop,

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