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Anita M. Sands

Posted on Monday, Mar 26th 2018

Dr. Anita Sands is a global technology and business leader, public speaker, and advocate for the advancement of women. She currently serves on the board of three Silicon Valley public companies – Symantec Corporation, Service Now, and Pure Storage, and is a board director at private companies ThoughtWorks and AppBus. She is also an active advisory board member at Docusign, Accompany, and Box. >>>

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212th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast With Christina Brodbeck, Rivet Ventures

Posted on Sunday, Mar 11th 2018

Christina Brodbeck, Founding Partner at Rivet Ventures, talks about the firm’s investment thesis of funding companies that target the female demographic in its purchase decision cycle. Very interesting and under-served market.

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A Conversation About Sexual Harassment with Janine Yancey, CEO of Emtrain (Part 1)

Posted on Monday, Feb 19th 2018

Janine has built a $5M a year bootstrapped business in the realm of legal training for employment and workplace issues. A core part of her expertise is in sexual harassment and related concerns that are currently hot topics in the industry. This is a must-read interview for those following the discussion in the media.

Sramana Mitra: Let’s start at the very beginning of your journey. Where are you from? Where were you born, raised, and in what kind of background?

Janine Yancey: I’m from Los Angeles, but then I was educated in Berkeley and then at Hastings College of Law, which is in >>>

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1Mby1M Virtual Accelerator Investor Forum: With Victoria Pettibone of Astia Angels (Part 1)

Posted on Friday, Feb 2nd 2018

Responding to a popular request, we are now sharing transcripts of our investor podcast interviews in this new series. The following interview with Victoria Pettibone was recorded in October 2017. Victoria Pettibone, Managing Director of Astia Angels, a group focused on funding women entrepreneurs. She discusses what they like to invest in, as well as the trends she sees in the deal flow and the portfolio.

Sramana Mitra: Tell us about Astia Angels. What are you doing? What is the focus of the group? What size investments are you making?

Victoria Pettibone: Astia is an organization >>>

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380th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast With Laurel Touby, Supernode Ventures

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 9th 2018

Laurel Touby, Managing Partner at Supernode Ventures, and a former entrepreneur and avid angel investor, has now launched her new institutional pre-seed fund.

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380th Roundtable Recording On January 4, 2018: With Laurel Touby, Supernode Ventures

Posted on Saturday, Jan 6th 2018

In case you missed it, you can listen to the recording here:

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Roundtable Recap: January 4 – What Pre-Seed Investors are Looking for with Laurel Touby, Supernode Ventures

Posted on Thursday, Jan 4th 2018

During this week’s roundtable, we had as our guest Laurel Touby, Managing Partner, Supernode Ventures, a former entrepreneur and avid angel investor who has now launched her new institutional pre-seed fund.

Go Qwyk
As for the pitches, first, Don Rector from Los Gatos, CA, pitched Go Qwyk, an app for tour bus operators to manage their tour groups. The company has three pilots in the works.

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261st 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast With Eva Ho, Fika Ventures

Posted on Tuesday, Dec 26th 2017

Eva Ho, General Partner at Fika Ventures, discusses their investment thesis.

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Billion Dollar Unicorns: Stitch Fix Is Worth Celebrating

Posted on Tuesday, Dec 12th 2017

Billion Dollar Unicorn club member Stitch Fix (Nasdaq: SFIX) recently went public. Its listing is worth celebrating because it is the the first IPO this year for a tech company that was led by a woman. The stock has had a choppy ride as investors are still trying to determine how to value this latest e-commerce in a box company. Nonetheless, in a market dominated by male CEOs, I personally am thrilled to see good execution and a milestone achievement by this company.

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6 Women Investors Discuss Ventures They Find Interesting in Podcasts

Posted on Friday, Nov 17th 2017

As the numbers of women who are VCs and Angel Investors continue to grow, the startup ecosystem continues to evolve. Will a female perspective be an asset to your startup? Might the influence and support of a strong woman lead your venture to success? Have a listen to the following 30-minute podcast interviews with a variety of Angels and venture capitalists to learn if your business might be of interest to them.

Ann Winblad, Co-founder, Hummer Winblad – Ann is one of the most successful women VCs in our industry, and as I mentioned in my introduction, I have never heard her whining about bias against women. One of the most encouraging things she discussed today is how her firm is sourcing interesting ventures from all over the world, not just Silicon Valley. Mulesoft, one of their hot portfolio companies, had its CEO based in Malta, originally!

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