#BHHShow #2: How to wow an investor with Sarah Kunst

#BHHShow #2: How to wow an investor with Sarah Kunst

In this episode of the #BHHShow, Proday founder and venture capitalist Sarah Kunst shows us around her boathouse of a San Francisco apartment, tells us how to impress a startup investor, how to hire better, how to tell if you're meant to be an entrepreneur, and what she's obsessed with right now. 

#BHHShow No. 1: How to write a book with Neetal Parekh of Innov8Social

#BHHShow No. 1: How to write a book with Neetal Parekh of Innov8Social

In this debut episode of the #BHHShow, social entrepreneur Neetal Parekh of Innov8Social inducts us into her favorite taco joint, shows us around her co-working digs, and gives us tips on writing a book (not what you'd expect!). Mary also attempts (keyword) to break-dance and goes down a giant slide.

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Vlogging Founder World 2015: Video of San Francisco's largest startup conference

Vlogging Founder World 2015: Video of San Francisco's largest startup conference

Last week I met giant robots, travelled the globe virtually, and curated life advice from a room of entrepreneurs. 

It happened at Founder World, touted as San Francisco's largest startup conference. In my first solid attempt at vlogging, this the video that resulted.

The beautiful un-sexiness of startups

The beautiful un-sexiness of startups

Before my first Startup Weekend, I knew little about the startup world. I thought it was a place of modern typefaces, brushed chrome, genius Steve Jobs types, and characters like Tom Haverford, the trend-obsessed serial entrepreneur played by Aziz Ansari on Parks and Rec. Afterward, my worldview changed.

To succeed in business, your team needs its own cheer

To succeed in business, your team needs its own cheer

It all started with a warning — what not to do if your idea is picked at Startup Weekend.

Steve Hoffman, captain of Founders Space, had some advice in his Friday night keynote for the participants of last month’s Tech for Good Startup Weekend in San Francisco.