Can taking outside capital kill your startup? Christina Wallace, is the VP of Growth at Bionic, a company that brings startup and VC experience to enterprise. Previously she was founding director of BridgeUp: STEM, an educational initiative to captivate, inspire, and propel girls and minorities into computer science. Continue reading “#36 Failure is Not Final: Christina Wallace, VP of Growth, Bionic”
Alicia Thomas is the founder and CEO of Dibs, a B2B digital platform that gives studios quick and easy access to real-time pricing for the boutique fitness classes their clients want. Continue reading “#33 Tell Me Ten Reasons Why You Can: Alicia Thomas, Founder/CEO of Dibs Technology”
As an early stage entrepreneur, how do you balance having a big vision with staying narrowly focused on a product’s proof of concept? Meet Seattle-based nanotechnologist, Christina Lomasney, whose startup uses electrochemistry to “grow” metals. Continue reading “#28 Find the Problem You Were Meant to Solve, Then Go Solve it: Christina Lomasney, Co-founder and CEO of Modumetal”
Have you ever been guilty of the following crimes: thinking that you could start a company if only you could find a developer? Hiring a developer—your aunt’s cousin’s son—because he’s cheap? Taking a ‘hands off’ approach to managing your developer team?
Continue reading “#8 Hiring Your Aunt’s Cousin’s Son: Nelly Yusupova Reveals The Four Most Common Product Development Mistakes”