Last week, I was one of ten fortunate women to be chosen for the Kapor Capital Women of Color Scholarship for the Women 2.0 Next Billion Conference in San Francisco. As a co-founder of SudoSearch, I gain a lot of inspiration from successful female entrepreneurs. The opportunity to hear and speak with so many women who are transforming their passions into reality was a great learning experience, and I’ve included some of my favorite takeaways below:
Michelle Zatlyn – Cloudflare Co-founder: If you’re going after a big market, don’t be afraid. A big idea is the same amount of work and effort as a small idea. Full Post From Women 2.0 Here
Selina Tobaccowala – Evite.com Founder, Survey Monkey SVP: Finding the right mix of talent is crucial. We must be able to find the right people who believe in the vision and are able to execute it. When you build the right culture, that is what is going to help you the most when you scale your company. Full Post From Women 2.0 Here
Julie Zhuo & Naomi Gleit – Facebook Director of Product Design & Sr. Director of Product Management: Find innovative ways to improve the registration process and retain users. An example of this would be to break apart the registration flow into a few bundled steps.