I recently attended a talk featuring three women who have revolutionized their industries.
Danae Ringelmann: IndieGoGo
Indie GoGo is the largest crowd funding platform in the world. They set out to fix the funding process by empowering people from all over the world to accomplish extraordinary things by donating through their platform. Their belief is that anyone, anywhere who is passionate and works hard should be able to raise money.
Alison Pincus: One Kings Lane
One Kings Lane was created as a curated destination where consumers could shop, get inspired, find their favorite home and lifestyle brands, and discover new ones.
Jory Des Jardins: BlogHer
BlogHer Inc. is a new kind of media company, created in partnership by, for and with women, and men, who are leaders across blogs and social media and are passionately committed to quality content.
Here are a few takeaways from my evening with these entrepreneurs:
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