What does it take to become the first woman in the history of Goldman Sachs to be promoted into sales management? That accomplishment was just the beginning of Janet Hanson’s career. Continue reading “#21 Carpe Diem: Janet Hanson on Recognizing Opportunity and Taking Risk”
Why is it smart business to invest in founding teams that include women? Should all female founders seek angel or venture capital? Continue reading “#19 Angel Investor and Self-described Radical Feminist, Adam Quinton, Takes on the SV “Mirrorocracy””
Is the startup unicorn over? What is blockchain? This week on BroadMic Bonus Cuts, listen to Joanne Wilson & Jalak Jobanputra answer these questions and more… Continue reading “#12 What the Heck is Blockchain? Joanne Wilson & Jalak Jobanputra on Unicorns, Convertible Notes, Blockchain, and MBAs”
Does unconscious bias affect the language we use when talking about startups and founders? This week on BroadMic Bonus Cuts, listen to Heidi Messer & Susan Lyne about…
Continue reading “#11 Are Pitch Meetings Minefields? Heidi Messer and Susan Lyne give advice about Investor Meetings, Pitch Deck Tips, and Thought Leadership”
Our guest today has a “golden” resume, notably for the ease with which she crossed the Internet 2.0 digital divide, while at the helm of some of the largest brands in media, commerce and consumer products – Disney, ABC, Gilt and AOL. Susan Lyne is now founder and president of Built by Girls Ventures, aka BBG Ventures, a corporate VC fund investing in early stage, female-led businesses with consumer, tech-enabled products.
Continue reading “#9 The Female Consumer as Muse – How She Guides Susan Lyne at BBG Ventures”