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February Startup Digest Content
The February edition of the Startup Digest features articles on supporting female colleagues in engineering. Additionally, we dive into some of the lessons that early stage founders need to learn from Tech Giants to build D&I into their culture before they scale. For our interesting read, we feature a TED Video on the Black Wall Street.
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Women are making significant progress in the world of Tech. However they face a unique set of challenges that impedes their progress. Here’s how you can help women in tech to scale new heights in the organization.
Early stage founders are potentially leaving behind money at the table by ignoring the state of D&I in their companies. Here are some lessons from Tech Giants’ history that early stage founders need to learn before they scale.
What do Silicon Valley and Tulsa, Oklahoma have in common? Over the past one hundred years both have been home to entrepreneurial multi-millionaires. And though comparatively fewer have heard about The Greenwood District in Tulsa, otherwise known as “Black Wall Street;” Anthony Frasier showcases how the fabric of this once vibrant ecosystem laid the groundwork for innovation and growth all over the United States.
How Global Insurance Brand MetLife is Partnering with Startups to Power Innovation in Financial Wellness
Join MetLife’s innovation office, Techstars and financial wellness startup, Zogo Finance on August 18 at 12pm ET for an online Ask Me Anything to learn what successful startup engagement really looks like. MetLife’s Chief Innovation Officer John Geyer, and VP of Innovation Terrance Luciani will share how they are teaming up with startups to drive new value across their business and are developing multiple POCs and pilots. Save your spot!
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