On April 7-8, there was a two-day intensive workshop where 200 female startup founders gathered to learn, pitch, get inspired and mingled with other entrepreneurs, investors, and mentors. It was the second annual Project Entrepreneur Intensive sponsored by UBS and the Rent the Runway Foundation. I was selected as one of 200 and participated in it. It was an overwhelming experience and I would love to share the highlight of what I learned there.
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On January 17 at WeWork Harlem, we had the very first TechinColor Live Facebook show organized by Chike Ukaegbu, the founder of Startup52, the only diversity focused tech accelerator in New York. I was honored to be invited there.
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I know this is the last minute notice but I will be on a Facebook live show Tech inColors tomorrow at 6:15pm EST on https://www.facebook.com/LIVEWITHCHIKE. I will give a short pitch and get immediate feedback from investors. Watch me kicking off the year!
Tech:inCOLORS is a FB Live show hosted by Chike Ukaegbu that explores the intersection of culture, tech, entrepreneurship and diversity in #TheHangoutLounge; and connects founders to investors in #ThePitchRoom. Do NOT miss it. CLICK and LIKE the page FB.COM/LIVEWITHCHIKE to join us every Tuesdays@6:15pm.
There was a free business boot camp organized by Brand Entrepreneurs focusing on IoT and AI on December 5.
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There was a big networking event by Venture crush last week, it served wine, steamed dumplings and macaron. But this is rather a pitch event helps connecting startups with investors.
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Honestly, I do not enjoy going to an event for networking purpose, I always envy a person who looks comfortable and confident to talk to new people.
But anyway I go to events. An event like Venture Crush AV on November 10 makes me feel a bit more comfortable because it serves wine… it makes people talk more casually and friendly.
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It was this summer when I met Christine first time, she was a guest speaker invited to Startup52, an accelerator program we were in. She was incredibly powerful, incredibly generous to share hacks and tips she learned through her own startup experience, her speech was very much to-the-point and easy to understand even when the topic was conceptional. Immediately after her speech I walked to her and asked to be our advisor, which I do not usually do. Well, her answer was no, I knew she is one of the the busiest persons in the world.
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