Here is the video from April 21st’s panel on women in entrepreneurship I posted about before.
From the April 21, 2014 event announcement:
Bridge at Wagner, NYU Special Interest Housing and NYU Entrepreneur’s Network Present
Women in Entrepreneurship
Many entrepreneurs face similar challenges: getting the first round of funding, launching while in school, or avoiding burnout in the lean years before your business becomes profitable. While we often look for ways to solve these challenges, we rarely talk about how this experience is different for women.
Join NYU Entrepreneurship Special Interest Housing, the NYU Entrepreneur’s Network and Bridge at Wagner for a lively discussion with leading women entrepreneurs. From just out of school to established startups and investors, these speakers will draw on their diverse range of experiences to offer participants practical advice about how to get started regardless of your background and the resources available to you.
Corianna and Brianna Dotson, Founders of Coco & Breezy
Angela Lee, Founder of 37 Angels
Alexandra Meis, Co-founder of Kinvolved
Jules Miller, Co-founder of Hire an Esquire
Caroline Moss (Moderator), Reporter at Business Insider
We recorded it ourselves just with a hand-held camera so sorry about the video quality, but I think you can see and hear everything. The panelists speak with experience and passion, so I found a lot to learn.
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