Startup Phenomenon: Women – Event in Boulder – 9/3


As many of you know, mentoring women in startups and STEM careers is important to me, so I’m very pleased to be a part of the Startup Phenomenon: Women program, a one-day event in Macky Auditorium at CU-Boulder.

The speaking line-up for the day is really outstanding. It includes author Amanda Steinberg, founder and CEO of DailyWorth; Margaret Neale, management professor at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business; and Michele Weslander Quaid, chief technology officer (federal) and innovation evangelist at Google. If you’d like to see all the speakers scheduled, you can check out the website.

We’ll be covering topics of interest to entrepreneurs like startup financing, mentoring by and for women entrepreneurs, alternative business models and resources available for women-led businesses.

The conference is open to the public, and and a line-up like this doesn’t come along every day. Tickets start at $25 for students and $100 for the general public. I’m looking forward to an informative and inspiring day, and I hope you’ll consider attending.

  • stevewfindlay

    Great timing. You may like our infographic: Women set to dominate angel investing? :
    (released yesterday)

  • Jenny

    Brad, it’s such a pleasure seing you so involeved and investing so much into women entrepreneurs, especially these days when being an entrepreneur is becoming so much harder.
    I’m an enthusiast work at home, and soon to be a mom, so it’s really heart warming to see someone as successful as yourself just simply giving for women who justly want to succeed on their own (but not at all alone).