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Thank you @YearUp for hosting our team yesterday!
We're floored by the passion of your students. Thank you for giving us a way to share our work experiences in a way that has a direct, positive impact in our industry and local community.
In the past 5 years only 5% of VC funds have gone to women-founded companies - via @crunchbase. Women raise .82 cents per dollar compared their male counterparts. Loved your candor and energy @jagermcconnell ! Great panel @GritDaily
#CollisionConf @CollisionHQ #WomeninTech
Competition in Business: Why You Should Stop Worrying About Your Competitors https://t.co/QLi5SgRKHm
Loved talking to @geneteare and @Crunchbase about @bbgventures and the changing face of seed investing https://t.co/OPE4bVfFus via @crunchbasenews