We are coming back strong heading into the holidays here at More Seats with one of the industry’s most involved and tenacious web hosts, Shira Lazar.
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Just a over a week before the Thanksgiving holiday brought a stillness and ‘thankfulfor’ vibe to the Internet that is much welcomed, Facebook experienced something that the Internet is infamous for: hacking, spam and porn.
One result of this, in my opinion, is that women are not good at bragging or shamelessly “selling themselves” like men are.
As things heat up for the 2012 election, I am excited to bring more stories to Forbes that focus on women getting more elected seats. Following my interview with Mindy Finn, political consultant and campaign extraordinaire, I am excited to bring my first interview with an elected representative: Diane Russell.
This Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the first foursquare check-in from space. Not only did it knock Antarctica out of the running for the coolest check-in ever made, but it also made my personal list for the ‘coolest project I’ve worked on in my entire career… ever.’
Did you know that New York City just became the #2 city for total available venture capital, surpassing Boston and putting Silicon Valley on notice? New York Senator Chuck Schumer rallied the crowd of founders and engineering students around this fact, remarking: “If you are interested in high-growth tech companies, New York City is the place to be.”
As an entrepreneur, you spend a lot of your time looking forward and asking: where are we headed? do we have enough cash flow and resources to keep moving? what’s the next big thing? where do we want to be in 18 months?
Today, we take the issue of female-founded start-ups head on with Nestio’s CEO and Co-Founder, Caren Maio. On the heels of the much tweeted about and commented on article by Mark Suster (“Why Aren’t There More Female Entrepreneurs?”), Caren’s background and approach provide a window on the solution to the imbalance.
Question: If Nisha Chittal gives us a sense of the ambition-forward woman of the future and Mad Men gives us a sense of the ambition-corseted woman of the past, who built the bridge between the two? Answer: Women like Karen Vander Linde.
There are few people I’ve met in my career that have more energy and endurance than I do. Ekaterina Walter is one of those rare people.