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….
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
When I arrived for the first day of TechCrunch Disrupt NY, my conference app full of meetings and pics of my new contacts, I squirmed my way through a packed Startup Alley for my first meeting.
I expected the Day One feeding frenzy. The $2,000+ ticket prices
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.
Founder Jennifer Horton shares what fuels her platinum music industry success.
Jennifer Horton has always been a fan of the performing arts; she grew up as a dancer and musician in a family actively involved in the fine arts world in Houston, Texas. But it was a
Daniela Grafman made a pivot from fashion P.R. to run a successful event planning business after working at New York Fashion Week. You might think the models and glitz on the runway would excite her, but it was the people behind the scenes who inspired
Death to Boring Low-Tech Meetings and Events!
What's on the horizon for the event industry this year? According to Smart Meetings' "8 Meeting and Event Trends that Could Explode in 2017", planners will be amping up the live tech, cool swag and star power at meetings and conferences
Coach or Captain? Startup expert shares which cap you should wear and other tips to earning the big W at launch.
Kathy McShane is a serial entrepreneur. She led numerous “intrapreneur” product launches at MasterCard early in her career and took the startup leap launching Kendrew Group, a
Female VCs are rallying - and opening wallets - to bridge the gender gap in tech startup funding.
When TechCrunch shed light on the sparse population of female VCs -- just 8% as quoted in its 2016 Women in VC article -- it created a rallying cry in the tech