Silicon Florist 🌹 Women in startups and VC, Apply to TiE XL Boot Camp ✍️
While startups and venture are still largely homogenous, there are people doing the work and strides being made in the diversification of both sides of that table. And venture fund Rogue Women is taking the opportunity to celebrate that — and the people making that happen — with its Women in Start-ups and Venture – A Celebration and Discussion event… More
Starting something can be confusing. Especially if you’ve never had the opportunity to do it before. That’s why I’m a huge fan of programs like TiE XL Boot Camp, a program run by TiE Oregon that is designed to help equip first-time founders with all of the business basics they need to build their startups… More
I must have missed a memo somewhere. Longtime coffee meetup Coffee w/ Co-Founders has simplified its moniker to founder.coffee. And they’re holding the first meetup under the new name this week, Thursday, April 13, 2023… More
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