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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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.
After all the gift wrapping, cakes, cards and spending time on instagram to watch cats on a decorated tree, the year of 2016 ended and the new year has come. I am looking back the year 2016 and trying to build a plan for 2017.
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The big day is just around the corner, yes, Thanksgiving is the big day for all of us but it is especially so for the people who actually tackles a turkey in a kitchen.
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I, as a founder of a startup company and the CEO, often look for some readings that can inspire me, encourage me and make me feel positive. And this is my recent good-find.
“Expert of nothing”, a blog post by Joel Cascoigne, a co-founder and CEO at Buffer.
as a founder, especially the CEO, you essentially have chosen to never become an expert of anything.
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