Investors play a crucial role on the growth and development of entrepreneurship. Without their help, innovation wouldn´t be possible. Even in cases where the project fails, the learning and knowledge acquired are the seed of a successful idea.
Being an entrepreneur is a fantastic journey. It is a path with many ups and downs. A dairy learning experience. A way of life. Once you enter, it is very hard to get out of it.
We had the privilege to recently interview Anna Sofat, Founder & Director at Addidi Ltd, the financial services boutique for women and their families
Anna is determined to help women to live a richer life by diligently taking care of their financial life by planning and managing their wealth.
We have the privilege to recently interview Karoli Hindriks, founder at Jobbatical.
Karoli has an outstanding background as entrepreneur, she started at the age of 16 and she was the youngest inventor in Estonia.
Crunchbase has released its updated Women in Venture Report and its findings, albeit somewhat encouraging, suggest that the progress registered for women in the investing partner echelons of venture firms has been minimal since 2016. A report that becomes all the more so relevant against the background of recent disclosures on sexism and gender discrimination in Silicon Valley.
Most of the achievements in the conquer of space have been prepared and executed throughout NASA The National Aeronautics and Space Administritation.
We all have in our minds Neil Amstrong setting foot on the moon for example. The contributions made by women during all these years has somehow been hidden or neglected.
Last week, a Business breakfast took place in Berlin. Organized by the energetic Mali Baum, the event had a great and AMAZING panel, Ute, Anna-Juliana, Romy, Chiara, Gülsah and Candy , each one of them , are #RoleModel for others.