Abigail will be speaking about RaceYa and the company's experience of doing product development with consultants vs. working with an internal team.
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Learn how you can can fund the change you want to see in the world. For founders, you can raise up to $1MM for your startup from users, friends and family. You'll hear from founders who have raised money directly from their users and learn now simple and impactful it is to invest in startups. Both curious future investors and intrigued founders are encouraged to attend.
Tech Chat XX was started to create more opportunities for women in the tech community to connect and converse. Join us for an evening with Abigail Edgecliffe-Johnson and Lauren Covello, editor of Fortune Venture at Fortune Magazine. Abigail and Lauren will walk us through the highs and lows of starting a company, what powers her through each day, and why the STEM-technology space has become so popular in recent years. Come ready with questions for this intimate evening.
We are heading off to RoboMadness 2.0!
We will be on a on a panel with Brian Wilson, President of Duro. Duro builds systems for environmental research and urban sustainability applications and works with students from middle school to graduate school on exciting STEM projects. We will be speaking about hardware startups!